Hotel Adriatico

Address: Cannaregio 224, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Venice

    Ghetto, Glass, and Getting Lost by Emilie & Hannah

    A travel blog entry by edeutsch on Jun 26, 2013

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    ... and in memory of my Uncle David.

    Back at our apartment, we rested before wandering the streets once again. Our final night in Venice could not have been more beautiful as the sun dropped below the church spires and the air softened. However after dinner, we found ourselves utterly lost in the maze of twisted, cobbled streets, as our once faithful map seemed to betray us. Among the confident natives and nonchalant nightlifers there were others just like us ...

    Venice - Canals, Gondolas, Beach, Pasta & Pizza

    A travel blog entry by moons_shell on Jul 04, 2012

    35 photos

    ... was very nice, our room wasn’t quite ready yet so we went out and had our first Italian breakfast.

    Back for a shower as the gooch sweat was building up. Then we were out to explore! Venice is made up of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges. I always wondered why the hell start building a city here.. its crazy..But originally the founders were refugees fleeing ...

    Venice - Gondola day

    A travel blog entry by mikkecj on Jul 04, 2012

    27 photos

    ... US) patriotic songs all throughout the streets of Venice. Walking back “inland” from Zattere, we came across another incongruity, the gondola makers area. Since they were originally from the Alps in northern Italy where woodworking was an important skill, they built their houses and workshops in Venice to look like Alpine chalets.


    As a grand finale on ...

    The dichotomy of Venice

    A travel blog entry by thekramdens on Sep 11, 2011

    1 comment

    ... or ill guided bridge crossing and you will likely not be able to find the place that you just were. The odd thing is that this is easily the best way to see Venice. Each corner, a new adventure and beautiful scene, likely filled with unique architecture and gondolas. Therein lies the duality of Venice. It is a truly romantic city, just do go looking for it in an 80€/hr boat ride (it costs more if you want him to sing and ...