Bortolo 2

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

Day 15 8th January 2014

A travel blog entry by jakejames


... Venice is our canal ride along the river which is pretty exciting so the whole group meets up for this and splits into groups of 6. The ride lasts for 1/2 an hour which we felt was not long enough as this was a really relaxing experience and a nice way to explore the city. Our Contiki family then enjoyed a tour of the original Venetian lace school to learn about the hand made garments and the process in which they are created. We then did the same at the Venetian ...

Cruising back to Venice

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... putting down their beautiful art, once you've seen one shop, you've seen the lot. Katie Brown glass is a class above a lot of this - amazing! But this is definitely more catered to the tourist. Some of it undoubtedly beautiful, but they're mainly the larger pieces you'd never be able to get home. Years ago Tiff (and Daniel Rawson), bought back the most beautiful piece of sculptured glass I still have at home. It's very quiet today in ...

Days 127 to 131 - Magical, but vanishing Venice

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan


... sights we wish to see, here, we just went with the flow. Everyone told us not to bother taking a map, seeing as the "roads" are made up of thousands of small foot bridges, they're often incorrect and not sign posted. Rather you just begin walking, and follow (some) signs and other spray painted names on walls, to get to the main areas. We followed the signs for Rialto (the famous bridge) and the infamous San Marco (St Mark's Square). It was so amazing just walking through the many ...

Moon Over Venice

A travel blog entry by jackandcece


... families who were returning home from a day trip to Venice. Our departure was delayed due to a strike by environmentally conscious Venetians who were objecting to the 13 cruise ships being in port at one time. Protesters blocked the mouth of the harbor with small boats and by swimming in the channel. After about an hour’s delay, they departed claiming the water was getting too cold and so we were on our way to Slovenia!


Going, going, gondola

A travel blog entry by mikeraph


... I met from all over the world. Danes, Costa Ricans, Brits and of course Australians. And there was an awesome pool party on my final night that caused me to sleep through my alarm the next morning and wake up only 2 minutes before my bus out of town was due to depart. I left some clothes behind and accidentally took the room key with me, but miraculously I made the bus to ...


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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