Collegio Armeno Moorat Raphael

Address: Dorsoduro 2596, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Ca' Rezzonico, Ca' Macana, Campo Santa Margherita, and Campo San Barnaba.
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    A travel blog entry by rachplume on May 24, 2015

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... really a king or anything. At the time, there were a number of checks and balances that kept his power in line, and he was about 80 years old when he was voted in to avoid any evolving corruption. It was a GREAT tour full of secret doors, interesting stories, and a tour of the cell that Giacomo Casanova might have escaped from in the night or may have payed someone off to let him out, we'll never really know. We walked San Marco's square dominated by the Church of ...


    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 15, 2014

    38 photos

    ... time.

    On our last day, we made an ill-fated attempt to visit one of the other islands. We found out (after purchasing the ticket) that our island of choice was a 45 minute ferry ride away, and we wouldn’t make it in time before our train. So, we visited Murano, which is famous for its glassblowers. We were sad to leave Venice, but felt really grateful that we managed to make this unscheduled stop in the first place!

    Now, off to Croatia we ...

    Lucerne-Lugano-Verona,Italy-Venice Area

    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Sep 25, 2014

    15 photos

    ... VERONA

    Lovelorn visitors flock to the city celebrated by Shakespeare to leave the letters and messages, often using chewing gum to stick them to the brick walls of the courtyard beneath the balcony.They appeal to the Bard’s fictional heroine to cast lucky spells on their love lives.The result is an unsightly mess of hardened blobs of gum and tattered scraps of paper which deface the World Heritage-listed city’s ...


    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a serenaded ride, we were lucky enough to also have the musicians for our group of gondolas in ours (so there were seven people in total). Mum and I got the seats to the side which were neither romantic nor comfortable – our gondolier didn’t have any cushions and you weren’t able to lean back because the lip of the gondola dug into your back. That said, the musicians were good and now we have seen Venice from another angle. The tour finished with a glass of ...

    Day 19: Venice

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Mar 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... were created over the centuries and the history behind them. The one I liked best is the mask of the doctor of the plague. It is a big white mask with hug beak/nose with glasses. What happened was the doctor would put herbs and spices inside the nose to prevent gases from the plague reaching him. And wore glasses so air couldn't get in that way. The mask modified his voice when worn, so it felt like he was a bit of a ghost. He also avoided direct contact ...