Ai Due Leoncini

Cannaregio 564/d, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Lost in Venice

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs

10

... when she speaks.

Jodie has had a ball looking for little gifts for her "nieces and nephews"; all the younger ones in the congregation that she adores. She gets quite excited when she sees something that she thinks would make an ideal gift for each one. This is usually not anything big or extravagant, but rather is something that she feels would be suitable for the age of each child.

Today is our one and only full day ...

Day 2 in Venice

A travel blog entry by sandemac

We love our hotel and are soo comfortable. We have coffee and When walking back from the information centre, a man offers us a free trip to Morano Island on a private water taxi to see the glass factory. We accept the offer and know that it will be too good to be true. We get to the glass blowing factory and are greeted by a man and sat down to watch the glass blowing. It's just the 2 of ...

Arriving in Venice

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

38

... those steep stairs! Remember, I had found the duffle bag that I wanted but unfortunately I could never find anything to attach the duffle to the top of my suitcase—and I looked at many stores. So picture this: my red backpack from Pavlus on my back (it's just a nylon bag with black cording for the arms), my camera bag across my shoulder and front (it’s heavy!), and now also my new duffle bag also across my shoulder and front (thankfully, it’s very light), and ...

Venizia, Verona & Milano

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels

40

... is lined with jewelers, artists and souvenirs, and is one of the main attractions here. After a so-so dinner and a bottle of red wine, we boarded the water bus and then the train home for us to pack for our last sleep before heading Northeast to Verona.

You may have heard of Verona, as it is the setting of William Shakespeare's tale of tragedy of Romeo and Juliet and well known for the frequent opera performances which take place in ...

Brilliant place to start the holiday

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4

7

... for the next couple of days. After dropping that at the hostel we headed to San Marco square which is the heart of Venice. We passed the famous bridge of sighs along the way which we got a very nice photo of both of us before continuing to San Marco square.

San Marco square was stunning. It has loads of expensive restaurants and jewellers all the way around it which the fantastics cathedral and the Campanile tower. It amazed me just how many asian ...

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