Allogi La Gondola

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Back to Our Roots....the home country, Italia

A travel blog entry by hlavine


... s Basilica at which I picked up some religious items for my son Marc, and the picturesque Rialto Bridge and Rialto Market! We also toured Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) including the old prisons and the Bridge of Sighs. After our touring, we were quite weary so we found our way to a comfortable trattoria for WIFI, mussels, clams and pizza margherita style. We capped the night off with tiramisu gelato and a water taxi trip back to our ...


A travel blog entry by bakkernancy


... a moment of oh yeah **** I get motion sickness but then realised if that I could go on a boat with Steve (haha love you Steve!), I could nail this!

I felt sorry for the three Spanish girls on the boat though as in the first 5 minutes they were covering their eyes and gasping trying not to throw up. Awwwww.

Finally we got to San Stae and our airbnb host met us (finally!!!!) and took us to our place to stay. We were there ...

Sestiere of San Marco

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler


... on criminals in secret. All very sinister and some books make it so until you realize the Council of Ten only served 6 months and you can be sure if they got out of hand in 6 months at the most they would get their comeuppance at find check to their supposed power.
Other than that I will not go into the Venetian government of the Republic you will have to read up on your own how they voted for the Doge for instance to be sure the election was ...

Day 2: Procrastination and Venice

A travel blog entry by sarabierman


... I love that Venice was put on the map by people stealing the bones of a saint. There just seems to be some great irony in a religion celebrating good old-fashioned thievery. Also, like any good merchant city of old or tourist city of today, they've figured out how to keep making money on it.

We then spent the next 8 hours walking back from San Marco’s to the train station. Sort of. What we really did is wander around the shops, take tons ...


A travel blog entry by tomandlotus


... of us jumped into a bar for some Bellini cocktails, danced our little hearts out. On our way out we encountered a couple who left before us, they didn't make it far though as she was flat on he floor bum in the air, instead of picking her up her smacked her and shouted "loser!" Venice has its duplicities. The glittery masks that we associate with the city has a morbid origin. The Black Plague in the 1600s caused by rats from the merchant ships, ...


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