Albergo al Gobbo

Address: Cannaregio 312, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hotel
 
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      Venice

      A travel blog entry by robynp on May 05, 2015

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      ... boat seats six people, but you will travel in a flotilla of eight gondolas in total. Aboard one of the boats in your flotilla is a musician, whose job is to serenade you as you ride around the Grand Canal. Sit back, listen to the romantic Italian songs and gaze at the landscape of Venice that surrounds you. The Grand Canal (or Canalazzo, as the Venetians may say) is ...

      Artistic Venice - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... group of glass makers in Murano. Some of the existing brands in world today like Venini, Pauly and Seguso are still produced in the historical glass factories on Murano. To help with their brand protection, a certification program has been created to help establish the authenticity and ensure differentiation between the imitators and the Venetian products. Today, the Venetian artisans create a broad variety of products from the traditional mirrors ...

      Venice 04 - the final push...

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... had some currency in advance. I called in to one Cambio. He took the currency from me even though I’d told him what it was, he looked at the obverse and turned the notes over to look at the reverse. It was as if he’d never seen this money before. The notes were brand new with no marks on them. Maybe he thought it was some sort of scam. He said politely, ‘No! I’m sorry. You may be able to change them at the train station’.

      It ...

      Day one in Venice

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... in Venice entitled to the name palazzo (the others were merely called Ca’ short for Casa). The power of Republic is ever present in the large and historical painting, which embellish the walls and ceilings of the splendid halls and cambers The ornate (to say the least) rooms are testament to the glory of the Venetian Republic, and the designed to impress and awe the visiting mbassadors and dignitaries. The use of frescos, paintings, golden ceilings, and beautiful tile
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      34 is the new Hot

      A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 05, 2013

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      ... gospel riders. Lots of stuff in the treasury was stolen stuff.

      Next they moved on to the Doge's Palace. The Doges were the rulers of Renaissance Venice. Learning about Renaissance-age experiments with oligarchic democracy was interesting. Power is always a difficult thing to manage. Rick Steves again helped build understanding of the new style of paintings that used oil. All of the paintings showed the virtues ...