Campeggio Villaggio Giuliana Bungalows

Via Rialto, 13 - Loc. Ca' Ballarin, Venice, Veneto, 30010, Italy | Campground

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Sail Away Party

A travel blog entry by seleniumchai


After the emergency drill which lasted very very short.... we didn't even need to try on the life jacket... then the Sail Away Party started....

Had a lot of fun as Ichiro and one of the China CCTV host or dancer guy lead the group to mass dance.... I took the chance to do some good workout!!

After the opening general session which is splitted into 2 this year, we gathered at the Manhattan's Grill to have dinner together, where Angela treated us to white and red ...


A travel blog entry by eliandvicky


... sun. On the northern arch are 4 horses which are replicas of the 4 built in the 13th century. We wandered around the basilica taking the Rick Steves tour. Full of mosaics, it is not unlike the church we saw in Monreale, Sicily. Our favourite part was the ascension dome which has spectacular 13th century mosaics which shows Christ above depictions of the virtues. After taking it all in we headed to the terrace. You have to go up about 100 stairs and enter through the museum. The ...

Day 14 7th January 2014

A travel blog entry by jakejames


... today with Peter, Imogen, Bree, Holly, David, Alicia and Neva and almost everyone had schnitzel as we are in the homeland of the pork schnitzel and it's soooooo good!! After lunch we jump back on the bus and shortly arrive at our first Italian destination, the service station.... Most of the Contiki group try their first espresso which is an interesting and bitter experience for some. After a 45 minute stop we hit the road for the last few hours ...

Aahhh Bella...Venezia

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers


... times.... The Gelati in Venice was superb, and was the best yet ( and we have tried it in many towns now) and there are hundreds of hole in the wall type shops in Venice where you can buy the LARGE slices of pizza, Gelati, and focaccia type sandwiches.

If you sit and eat in Venice, it is very expensive, with the service charges and taxes, so you can pay up to €10 for a coffee and if you get someone singing to you....more best just ...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

A travel blog entry by suejohnston22


... city built over the water. We spent the day meandering,losing and finding ourselves through the paved alleyways, across bridges and along the canals, all the while soaking in its delights.
We discovered that not much praying happens in Venice with most of the churches being either closed for renovation or turned into museums and galleries. However we did stumble upon one where candles were lit for our loved ones left behind.
Highlights were ...


This campground, located in the Malamocco area of Venice, is near Venice 2000, Dante d'Essai, Teatro Corso, and Green Garden Sporting Club.
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