Allogi La Gondola

Calle del Forno 180, Venice, Veneto, Italy | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Venice, Italy Population 866,000

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 16, 2014

56 photos

... like Santa) and run away from the cops. We were continually warned to NOT BUY ANYTHING from the "gypsies." They are selling without a permit & if we purchased from them, WE would be in trouble. However, I did not see any black-owed shops nor did I see any store which hired black employees. NOT RIGHT! In America, we assist our refugees, some say too much. What are these refugees to do?! They need to support their families. Instead, the "gypsies" are viewed as the "bad guys." ...

Venice

A travel blog entry by annapengelly117 on Jun 22, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... fruit and vegetables to souvenirs. We saw lots of beggars on our walk. I have to say that every place we've been in Europe, there have been beggars, and, they all seem to look the same or use the same tactics. Before we went back to our apartment to watch the World Cup...(Italy was playing) Mary and I stopped into a supermarket for supplies. It's a good thing I can speak the lingo otherwise Mary would have been in trouble as the girls that worked in the deli spoke no ...

Venezia!

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 10, 2014

2 comments

... place quite easily on foot.

The kids enjoyed their first taste of Italian foods; thin crust pizza and fresh pasta with savouy toppings were a hit! I was more inclined to try the pesce (fish) which Venice is known for, and I wasn't disappointed. And of course, the gelato! It was hard to resist this delectable treat, especially when gelateria were at every turn in the road!

Friday night, we wandered the streets and took in the ...

The Romantic Yet Smelly Venice

A travel blog entry by ckwalt on Dec 21, 2013

7 comments, 58 photos

... paddled around the canals. What a different perspective this gave of the city, and it was so nice to be transported in something other than bus, train or shank's pony.  Floating through the canals emphasised that marvel of how this city had been built and the uniqueness of what was once a superpower of a city.  So after this, our time in Venice was free for us to use as we wished. So what did we do, I hear you ask. We had coffee, ate lunch, browsed a few shops ...

Monday 8th. Dec Day 3 - our trip to Venice

A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 10, 2013

5 photos

Woke up at 7am ready for an early start. Feeling sluggish as I didn't have a very good nights sleep. Luckily both Barry and Ben had one. Didn't leave home until 9 - walked to the train station- found our way there thanks to Barry's navigation. Really enjoyed the walk as there were so many alleys and shops to look at along the way and it is a great way to further explore the city of Padova. Purchased our train tickets - 7 euros each return and then we were ready to go. Ben was ...

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