Bed and Breakfast Vaniglia

Calle Franco Passarella, 6, Venice, Veneto, 30132, Italy | Hotel
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A True Adventure

A travel blog entry by kristendanson


... go"

We headed out walking and eventually found the bus stop. All good.
We got on the bus and I looked around expecting to see a bus full of tourists headed in the same direction. Nope - bus full of Italians - where are the tourists?!?!?? Jack and I were squished into the aisle without seats, hoping that we would end up in the right place.
Luckily, about 15 minutes later we saw the water and knew we were headed for the Venice ...

Murano and Burano

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


We slept in this morning, so after breakfast of left over focaccia, we set out to visit Murano and Burano Islands. Murano is famous for its glass making and Burano for lace.

It took about 40 minutes on the vaporetto to reach Murano. In 1291 all the glassmakers from Venice were moved to Murano to contain the fire risk from their ovens. I didn't think Terry would enjoy the glass blowing demonstrations and all the shops, so we ...

Gondola, Glass Factory and lots of Grins :)

A travel blog entry by beckygooch


... intimate view of the city and could really appreciate the beauty of the buildings. It was nice to feel a bit more like a local, travelling by boat! Although it wasn't a cheap thing to do, the gondola ride was my favourite part of the whole trip to Venice and something I will remember forever.

After our gondola ride we grabbed some lunch at a waterside restaurant, and then booked ourselves onto a boat tour of three of the other ...

Venice — Day 4

A travel blog entry by robertsinton

... ink — the waiter double-checks that I understand this when ordering, and it is indeed an odd looking dish: a large mess of jet black sauce containing the tender pieces of squid, accompanied by two different styles of polenta. After sharing an Amaretto mousse dessert that is to die for, we move on to our destination for the evening: "Musica al Palazzo", a regular opera show performed in a genuine (if rather dilapidated) Venetian palace on the Grand Canal. Tonight ...

Grand Canal, St. Mark's Square

A travel blog entry by ranlo


... with construction starting in 1600. There are a few theories as to how the bridge got its name. The first one involves the prisoners that walked across the bridge on their way to the executioner. The prisoners would "sigh" as they crossed the bridge. Some say Lord Byron first bestowed the nickname with his writings: "I stood in Venice on the Bridge of Sighs, a palace ...


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