Hotel Adriatico

Address: Cannaregio 224, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Venice

      Sweat, sweat, some more sweat and some canals

      A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Jul 25, 2013

      1 comment

      ... could only take on one but all around me other passengers had just the same amount of items if not more than me so I bought something from a nearby shop and stuffed my purse into that bag and was allowed on. Crazy, now that I had more than I started with. By the time I arrived in Venice it was 10:30pm. I was buggered after my long travel day and my ears wouldn't pop after the flight so instead of trying to work out the public bus to get to the campsite I had booked to stay at ...

      More pizza and pasta than you can poke a stick at.

      A travel blog entry by sophie.weasley on Oct 11, 2011


      ... pasta at about 9:30 and didn't venture onwards until about 2:30pm. The rest of the day was spent feasting on over priced pizza and wine and walking around the city. The next day was very much the same, except we went to the same restaurant for lunch and dinner because it was that delicious. Our waiter, nicknamed pepito, was magical and provided much entertainment. Other waiters, including Mr Tall and Sleazy Leezy tried their best but nothing could match up to the greatness ...

      18. A Sinking City

      A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on Jun 10, 2011

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... we did... eat and walk, walk and eat ... Venice is all about walking. Getting lost is inevitable.

      Today we caught ferries out to Murano, the glass island, and Burano, the lace island. Murano is where I would stay if I came to Venice again. It has all the charm of the main island, without the grime and overcrowded streets. And Burano, although much smaller, was a very cheerful ...

      Gazillions of pidgeons

      A travel blog entry by teetravels on Oct 02, 2007

      ... and bridges. Lots of cobblestone and steps – no streets for cars. No wonder Italians are so thin! They have to walk everywhere! Every now and then, we’d get a good whiff of the sewer. Not a good thing.

      We finally found our way to Piazza San Marco with the tall bell tower, Campanile, and the clock tower. This is where the pigeons hang out. Truly! Gazillions of them everywhere, and they are not afraid of people. ...