Hotel Adriatico

Address: Cannaregio 224, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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      Rain in Venice

      A travel blog entry by gtlr on May 24, 2013

      11 photos

      ... made our way to the water and thought we might get a water taxi back but that would be EUR60 so we kept walking and came to the Aliguna which is like the buses but on the water. It was EUR28 for us all to get back to the Piazzale Roma so on we hopped. It was great as it took us back along the Grand Canal and we got to see all the buildings. Venice is quite dirty and tired and the water was really high. Mind you we decided it would be quite ...

      A man who has not been in Italy

      A travel blog entry by thebests on Aug 16, 2012

      39 photos

      ... being inside your tent, so we went up to the bar and had a few cold beverages, then had some pizza from the restaurant. Once night had fallen, I took a walk up to the Piazzale. The views from here were excellent, and gave a great view of all of Florence. The centre of the square is commanded by an imposing statue of Michelangelo’s David (not the original, there are a number of copies) Of course, numerous stall holders are all trying to sell you there wares, be it bottles of ...

      Venice's "Doge and Pony Show": Piazza San Marco

      A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Mar 02, 2012

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... tradition of a (somewhat) democratically-elected senate that in turn elected a leader (Doge) for a specific term. Only the heads of long-established families could vote in Venice, but this self-government was a far cry from absolute monarchy. Thus Venice idyllically (and inaptly) took the name, The Most Serene Republic of Venice.

      This was not a perfect set up, but it helped to keep the idea of ...

      In the Heights

      A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jun 08, 2011

      2 comments, 7 photos

      We got to sleep really late last night because of a grudge match of casino--a card game that's almost entirely luck, but I kept getting good cards and winning and Rebecca and Mary got increasingly irritable about it and refused to stop playing until I lost...I considered throwing a game because I really wanted to get to bed, but the exquisite ethical purity for which I'm justly famous wouldn't let me do it, and it was around midnight ...