Bortolo 2

Calle Galeazza,30124, Venice, Veneto, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Arriving in Venice

A travel blog entry by sindlen

The train continued through the night - it wound down hills and I slept. Ian and I had showers on the train - but he cheated and had his while the train was stopped in a station, whereas I had to cope with showering as the train moved - but it was fun! Breakfast was delivered at 7.30 - the normal rolls, spreads, ham, juice and hot drink. Too soon we were in Venice (there was a mad panic when the train ...

Veniza top tips.

A travel blog entry by jariel


... have all year. 3. Didn't bring comfy shoes? Don't worry - Do buy at least one pair of Italian made leather shoes. I could of filled a suitcase with boots. 4. Feet hurt? Do take a gondola ride. We didn't and I do regret it. 5. Do be prepared to pay up to €100 for this ride. 6. Don't take children with you. Shoe shops and Murano glassware does NOT hold their attention as much as one may think. And if you think not at all; it's ...

Grand Canal, St. Mark's Square

A travel blog entry by ranlo


... covering about 86,000 sq.ft.
FACTS: The great majority of the mosaics use the traditional background of gold glass tesserae, creating the shimmering overall effect. Dating mostly from the 12th century, the interior mosaics proclaim the message of Christian salvation through events from the New Testament. Interwoven with this main plan are such motifs as the story ...

3 Girls...One Romantic City

A travel blog entry by europeinajar


... laid back and people just do as they please. Like drinking wine at 11:30 in the morning. In America that's called alcoholism but in Europe it's no big deal. After visiting the square we had nothing else scheduled to do here so we just walked around and enjoyed the sights. Around 2:30 we figured it was a good time to grab our backpacks from the hotel luggage storage and make our way to the train station ...

Milan to Venice

A travel blog entry by jakus


... to sleeping in an actual bed tonight. Especially given that the last 2 nights we spent sitting in an airplane, between the NYC flight and then to into Milan.

Oh to be back in this beautiful artistic city! So amazing and full of life. We finally arrived around 5 pm. The Annual Regata Showcasing was going on which meant we had to walk to our hotel instead of taking a Vapporeto (water ...


This hotel, located in the San Polo area of Venice, is near Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), Rialto Market, Ca' d'Oro, and Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro.
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