Al Campiello

Cannareggio 5619, Venice, Veneto, 30131, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

A travel blog entry by beccabaker6


... its steely grip. We started Rome off with Saint Paul’s Cathedral, which was an immense joy to see. The portraits of all the popes past and present were painted on the walls, and word has it Paul is buried there, his tomb on display, as well as a chain (who’s significance escapes me). We were fortunate enough to hear mass (and not understand a lick of it) and to hear beautiful singing resonating throughout the church. We left the Cathedral, in my ...

Venice ciao

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... coffee, the way they eat (and lateness of), and off we head. This place is truly magical. It's like a fairytale. In and out of alleys/streets that are only as wide as a buggy - it's phenomenal. And the buzz, the place is alive. The street vege market is on a boat, little canals running where you'd normally see streets. The architecture incredible. The way they live, hanging their washing through the middle of streets (kids got a huge laugh out of that), markets everywhere, boat ...

Gondola Ride on the Grand Canal

A travel blog entry by schreinski


... the cheap-o ones. They traveled at about 240 kilometers per hour, there was air conditioning, and the seats actually reclined. Upon arrival we had no idea where to go so we just followed the crowd. Walking outside of the train station the first thing I saw was the Grand Canal. Probably one of the most unique sights I have ever seen - A town literally on top of water! We couldn't decide to go left or right, so we went straight and headed toward what sounded like a bell tower. ...

And then we walked some more

A travel blog entry by lalauram


... can take up a week of your time already. In the morning, we explored some quieter areas and actually got to go in some of the churches to visit. Even a simple church in a little corner has so much splendour to it.

We were surprised at how many oriental art displays there were in Venice! The second one we went to today was by Ai Weiwei, and it was cool to ...

Last day of our trip

A travel blog entry by jessica_fleck


... also decided we needed a farewell grappa shot...worst decision ever. One grappa shot turned into another, then a lemon cello shot, then a beer. Two missed trains later, Evaleen finally headed to the train station. I was pretty impressed with my mom, she downed her grappa shot all at once, Dad couldn't finish his. We had some interesting convos over those shots...especially about Speedy Fleck (cat my mom ran ...


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