Albergo al Gobbo

Cannaregio 312, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by vague-abonding


The next day, as promised (albeit in Italian) we were dropped off at the nearest train station where we caught the train to Venice. We spent 2 nights in Hotel Al Gobbo, which amusingly - given the way we looked with poncho covered rucksacs - translates as Hotel Hunchback. Our days were mostly spent meandering through the alleyways and canals, …

A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

A travel blog entry by beccabaker6


... amount of people in my family, but that idea flew out of the nearest Vatican window as soon as someone coughed into my open mouth... I. Hate. Crowds. We sardined out way through the many rooms, and I was somewhat enjoying myself until we reached the tapestry room. There were many beautifully hand woven tapestries, at least 20, 20 feet wide and 20 feet high, four of which were dedicated to King Herod’s rule. I don’t know how much of biblical history ...

Venice ciao

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... So after that exhausting exercise it's time to head to the Pizza restaurant for some sustenance. Dinner is a-la-carte menu, not buffet, and drinks are reasonable €6.80 for a glass of red wine. There's a drink package but for all 4 if us would end up at over $NZ1,000 for the week (not that the kids are drinking wine) - that's ludicrous, after all it's a family holiday and our livers will be most grateful for a wee holiday too. We're sat next to some lovely people from ...

Gondola Ride on the Grand Canal

A travel blog entry by schreinski


... we got back to Florence we went to McDonalds and got food! Yes McDonalds, but that was the only thing opened that late at night and we were too tired to get ready and walk around and try and find something else! Definately an eventful and unplanned day, but in the end these are the times that create some of the best memories! The parents are off to Paris for a few days while I have class all week - Not fair! But time to UN-PRUNE my toes and get some shut eye!

XOXO Sarah

Amazing Venice

A travel blog entry by adam.weier


The train ride to Venice was uneventful. On arrival we dropped our bags off at the hotel and headed to Venice Island. St Marks Basilica was awe inspiring. We walked through the alleys to get from one side of the Island to the other. It was cool. To top that off we caught a water taxi back to the train station, where we had dinner at a local restaurant. The manager thought a few of us were international rugby players! However as you all know this is not the ...

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