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Travel Blogs from Venice
... I passed out. I'm sure there are pictures of me sleeping somewhere...
When we got to Venice, the first thing we see of water. What's Venice without water right? We went to the water bus ticket booth and bought a 48 hour pass. It's definitely cheaper buying that than paying for a ticket one at a time. We rode our water bus ride for a couple of stops and checked in our hotel. The room that we got was fancy. It's a bit older, but it still looked nice. ...
... I had come to expect. Everywhere you look it's just cobblestoned streets and bridges and canals. No asphalt. I learned later that Venice has no cars, even the police use speedboats. And bicycles are not permitted at all. Only very young children are allowed to ride bikes. Venice is quite unlike any other city I've been to.
Over the course of the day I met a Canadian guy that now lives in Queensland, a Taiwanese girl, ...
... at first, so it's not a bad idea to study up on the map before you actually get there.
Before you go, think about how much you're going to be using the vaporettos. You can buy a 7-day ticket in advance for €50 each, however if you're not going to use it that much, then it would be a waste. However, as the standard 1 hour ticket is €7 per person, if you use it more than you originally thought, it might be worthwhile to invest in a ticket which ...
... far fewer stops. That crowd didn't start to thin out until we were past the Rialto Bridge.
I decided to catch the No. 2 (I've been riding the No. 1 most days, and the No. 12 out to Burano) because it goes over to Giudecca and San Giorgio Maggiore, the islands that you can see from St. Mark’s Square. For the No. 1 waterbus, it doesn't matter which direction you start out because it’s a circular route and you ...
... We buy a ferry pass for two days allows you on and off as many times as you like great way to see the city of Venice. You must understand the ferry system otherwise you end up doing laps of the city three times as we discovered. Was relaxing but you start to get hungry, and when i get hungry........!!!!! We find our way back to the little cafe. The owner claps yay the Aussies come back. He loads up our plates with a variety ...
Other places to stay in Venice
Dorsoduro, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $233
- Best view in Venice
- Amazing hotel
- A true 5 star hotel
Castello, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $393
- Scusarme- did you say 5 star hotel? No way!
- Loved it
- Nice, but not the best
San Marco, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $186
- Best Hotel in Venice
- GREAT GREAT GREAT !
San Marco, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $431
- Recommend Westin Europa
- Good Location - Bad Service - Wornout
- Awful - Luxury Price - Rude Worthless Service - Worn Accomodations
Mestre, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Mestre, Venice | 1 star hotelfrom $107
San Marco Mercerie, 760, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $330
- Great location, friendly staff.
- Good Place
- It's OK really
Mestre, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $122
Santa Croce, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $204
- Close to Train Station
- Clean, but dated
- Nice but out of the way
Cannaregio, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $188
- A grand choice
- The Best
- Excellent Hotel
San Marco, Venice | Hotelfrom $492
San Marco, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $481
- Our favorite hotel in Venice!
- One of the top hotels in the world?
Cannaregio, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $169
- A great hotel!
- Nice Place
San Marco, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $272
- Quite Pleased
- Misled by the 4* rating
- Honesty's a better policy
San Marco, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $380
- Stunning Hotel. Great Staff
- Pleasantly surprised
- Like a wonderful dream!
San Marco, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $189
- Great for a winter break
- Woderful Stay
Cannaregio, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $186
- Worst place to rest your Head
Castello, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $178
- THE WORST HOTEL I EVER STAYED AT IN MY LIFE
- Fantastic Hotel with Great Views
- Quintessetial venician
San Marco 1332, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $309
- Loved it!
- A superb hotel and location
- Great hotel, great location
Mestre, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Santa Croce, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $237
- Good old Sofitel
- Excellent Hotel !
- Excellent Sofitel.
San Marco, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $206
- Absolute worst hotel I have ever stayed at!
- Best location in Venice
- Very central location
San Marco, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $218
- Charming Hotel with Great Location
- A good adress
- We loved it!! October 2003
San Marco, Venice | 5 star hotelfrom $822
- A place to come home to
- A classic example of the Hit-and-Run Strategy
- Not a Five Star Rating
Cannaregio, Venice | 4 star hotelfrom $163
- Lovely Hotel in Quiet Part of Lovely City
- Good, quiet stay
- 40th wedding anniversary enjoyed.
San Marco, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $147
- Loved it all - used Italiatour
- Great value, clean, great breakfast
- Good experience in Venice