B&B Biennale Venezia

Campo Grappa S. Elena 1, Venice, Veneto, 30100, Italy | Hotel
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Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by jcfumar


... themselves. Today we got to go back to the main island and we firstly had to sit through the glass blowing demonstration. They tried to sell us some expensive glass but we quickly found the exit and began exploring for the day. We spent most of the day walking around the little streets, following the canals and getting ourselves a bit lost. We had pizza and pesto ravioli for lunch. ...

Arriving in Venice

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

... relation to the Rialto Bridge and/or St. Mark’s Square!!

Laura had told me that there were supermarkets in both directions on the main street near my apartment, so I turned right. First impressions: the shopping is amazing, store after store with beautiful displays; there were a lot of people out and about even in this supposedly quieter area of Venice (Cannaregio District)! I went over two bridges without finding the supermarket so I turned around and tried ...

Exploration day

A travel blog entry by miura09


... square. There were so many pigeons, they started freaky Nadzha out. We saw a married couple taking pictures. It could have been that they were modelling the pics because they had no bridal party but I wasn't sure. We headed back home using an alternative route. Jasmine stopped by a store and bought postcards. She takes a lot of pics. She reminds me of the Asian tourist. However I know that these pics also are for her studies as well. It works well for me I guess because she walks at ...

From Tuscany's Hills to the Canals of Venice

A travel blog entry by diandron

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... that connects the major urban areas of the country. We quickly and comfortably traverse the 200+ miles to Venice, eventually crossing the 2 mile long causeway that links the mainland to Venice's Santa Lucia Station, arriving right on time. Upon exiting the train station we immediately realize we're not in Kansas any more! What's most striking is the absence of the usual street noise that you'd expect to encounter as you enter the hustle ...

Wandering the streets of Venice

A travel blog entry by hannaharrison


When we had arrived yesterday the tides were low so water was not a problem on our walks we saw lots of 'catwalk' frames pushed against the sides of buildings. We were not really sure what they were used for, Ron guessed they were to walk on when the water levels rose. This morning we woke to the girls being very excited as the looked outside. Our window that looked over the small canal below provided a great view of the water slowly lapping over ...


This hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), Campanile di San Marco, and A+A.
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