Hostel Jan Palach

Address: Giudecca Fondamenta Redentore 186-186/a, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Our Lady of the Salvation, Palestra Delfino, and Palazzo Barbaro.
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    Travel Blogs from Venice

    Venice Day 2

    A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 19, 2014

    12 photos

    We decided to explore the other islands surrounding Venice and headed to Murano first. The island is famous for it's glass and as we wandered along the streets we could see why. They were jam packed with glass shops, all with stunning glass creations hung everywhere from lamp shades to hot air balloons, horses, fruit, elephants, giraffes, spiders, fish in mini tanks, pints of beer, the list is endless and needless to say it's very easy to get drawn in. Quite frankly ...

    Destination: Italy - Venice

    A travel blog entry by snovacek on Jul 04, 2014

    5 photos

    ... their smart uniforms, the boys sounded incredible! Their harmonies and musicality were captivating! I could have listened to them sing all afternoon! That evening Abby and I met up for a long, enjoyable dinner at local Trattoria, which was recommended by our Gondolier the previous night. We met more people across dinner and enjoyed our plates of baked vegetables, gnocci, cheese platter, vino and tiramisu. It was a beautiful way to wrap up my stay in Venice. Next stop, ...

    Venice Italy

    A travel blog entry by jak5 on May 14, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... from the lack of sleep, the adrenaline rush from the 'thrill ride' kept us going. Minutes later we were walking thru the famous St. Marks Square, and located the the Doges Palace where we have tour tickets for tomorrow morning.
    See _Marco for some history.
    The area was very crowded with tourist but there was enough open space for more.

    Having not collapsed ...

    Welcome to Europe Jodi. Welcome to Venice!

    A travel blog entry by mattadore on Jun 25, 2013

    ... cheese, prosciutto, crackers, grapes, nectarines, a coke and a beer. We took our little feast down to waterfront on Riva gegli Schiavoni and found a bench to sit on. We ate our dinner and watched the dark storm clouds roll in towards us. After dinner we went for a bit of a stroll through sestriere San Marco before retiring to bed. Venice is beautiful, especially when you can get away from the touristy ...

    Wet footed tourists

    A travel blog entry by diatribe101 on Jan 14, 2013


    ... if you have walked past the step up. . No one mentions the smell in Venice before you travel must be romanticised with time. . I wouldn't travel to Venice in the summer I hear the canal smell is rife. . Upsizing is alive and well in Venice but here you order soup and they try and upsize you to a meal involving Sea Bass. - they seat the big boned, fuller figured last on the gondola - we are great ballast. . Variations on the theme of flushing - I much prefer the big button ...