Address: Campiello Piave, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice


A travel blog entry by louielutz on Jul 15, 2015

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When we step off the train in Venice, it is everything you would picture it to be: canals, bridges, gondolas, and a ton of tourists. The sights are already breathtaking, and we are beyond excited for the next part of our adventure. We decide to get a tourist card to take the vaparetto (water bus) for the three days we are here. Everything we read said that the vaparetto is the best way to see and explore the Grand Canal. I would definitely recommend it to other travelers, and ...

Bestiemoon in Venice

A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jun 05, 2015

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... hotel. We poured ourself some lemon drank and too it to the rooftop. This stuff tasted like super sweet lemon candies in a glass, it needed to be watered down and even then felt as if it should not be consumed without other things. One glass each was all we could handle. We then parted ways with our new friend as he went back to his accommodations. Sleepy time in our king sized luxury bed, enjoyed every second of it as this will be the last big bed we see. We ...

Bare shoulders equals floozy

A travel blog entry by ucfgirl55 on Apr 24, 2015

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... my gut when I thought he was following me. I went into a shop, he paused shortly outside. I popped into another shop, he paused shortly outside. All in all, he wasted about 10 minutes of his time - as I popped into a restaurant and review the menu. After about a minute he must've resigned himself and went on to follow someone else. Once I check in my follower I rewarded myself with gelato. I'm not sure if it was the pistachio gelato ...

Artistic Venice - Day 2

A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 15, 2014

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... city would not be able to sustain. The highly specialized techniques developed by the Venetian glass blowers, their highly valued skill set made these artisans amongst the leading members of the island society in the early years. Even the daughters of the glass makers were allowed to marry the "bluebloods" of the community. Since they were so revered and their expertise was so highly valued, they were not allowed to leave the island, over a period of time ...

Saturday in Venice

A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Sep 13, 2014

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... The Bascilia was amazing but Maddy reckoned Sagrada Familia was still better.

After that we meandered through lane ways and streets getting more and more lost. Dad reckoned he had no idea where we were but he didn't seem to mind - everyone gets lost in Venice. Maddy was a a bit concerned but eventually we arrived at the Fresh Produce Market. It was full of fish! Mum said Venice started with fishmongers and so ...

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