Palace Bonvecchiati-Junior

Address: San Marco, Venice, Veneto, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the San Marco area of Venice, is near Correr Civic Museum (Museo Civico Correr), Venice Events, Artistic Murano Glass Gallery, and Rosa Salva.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Venice

Dinner and Evening Walk around Venice

A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 06, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

Since our first big day of major touring starts tomorrow, we decided to have a nice dinner and wander around Venice this evening.

I don't mean for this blog to become food-centric but the restaurant we ate as was very memorable. The restaurant was called Antiche Carampane and it was very much off the beaten path, and we were one of only two tables of non-Italians in ...

End of the Cruise

A travel blog entry by leisurologist on Oct 22, 2014

1 comment

... and glass blowing demonstrations. Beautiful glass works. There was a full sized floor lamp all made out of glass, for only 13,000 Euros (about $20,000 Cdn). Too bad that it was wired for 220 volts. So we’re back at the hotel this evening, our last night in Europe.

We fly home tomorrow, after having a wonderful holiday. Thank you for your comments on the blog. I have posted a few pictures of the almost 2000 that I took. You can see them all when we get home. ...

Venice 02 – A tale of two t*tties!!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Sep 19, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... by the usual array of deals and information such as the drinks package and various discounts to the on board spa if you sign up now. Don’t worry, from experience those discounts will be the same regardless of when you ‘sign up’!!! Despite the seemingly crowded hall, the event was well organised and it wasn’t too long before we were checked in and, after one final scan of our passport and x-ray of our hand luggage, we were heading for ...

Day one in Venice

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 16, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... Venice experience. We could not help but notice the Asian invasion of tourists. It would appear that half the tourists were Asian and all of the morning Gondola riders seemed to be.

A littlemore history: Fleeing the Goths, who were looting and burning their way southwards to Rome, the people of the Veneto sought refuge among the wild and uninhabited islands of the marshy coast. They formed villages, and the city of Venice was born (founded, as tradition has it in AD ...

St Lucia

A travel blog entry by guye on Aug 19, 2013

... on the ferry up the canal to Rialto, which is the centre and origin of Venice. The tickets must be validated just like at home, and they are thin cardboard things so I wasn't convinced we needed to do this. By they obviously have tiny chips or mag strips somewhere cause they definitely work with just a wave. And it seems to work well. Why didn't we do something simple and seemingly inexpensive like this in Melbourne I'll never know I ...