Ca' Turelli

Address: Dorsoduro 1162 - Fondamenta di Borgo, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Dorsoduro, Ca' Macana, Campo San Barnaba, and La Moresca.
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      Let's go on a gondola ride :)

      A travel blog entry by missliz on Jan 30, 2015

      ... on since London. We are now on our way to Rome and we have gone through all the seasons so far. I am crossing my fingers it is not raining in Rome. The scenery is just how you would expect but better!! All the terracotta houses with wineries and olive trees surrounding them. It has taken me majority of this 6 hour trip to write this entry as I can't stop looking out the window. We are spending 2 nights in Rome first stop this afternoon is the Vatican and then ...

      Magical Venice - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... to defy logic for those of us who live in land-locked locales! There are no cars allowed in Venice...every form of transportation floats and the upside is that nobody ever has to fix a flat tire! Every little (and big) thing from building materials to merchandise to food to ambulances and police services is delivered in some form of motorized boat. Once this unique concept sinks into your consciousness, the reality becomes enchanting, refreshingly ...

      Exploring Venice on foot

      A travel blog entry by ngjordan on Jul 07, 2014

      21 photos

      ... several walking tour groups, then we turn the corner and see the recognisable bridge structure. The Rialto Bridge is the most significant bridge that crosses the Grand Canal and has the affection of all Venetian people. The current bridge was completed in 1591, and stands on the site where many previous bridges has stood and collapsed, with the first known bridge here completed in 1181. There are a few ...

      The best laid plans...

      A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jun 29, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... on the water busses is that there are often 20-30 mins between them. So although you might be at the stop and ready to go, you're stuck for awhile. And that happened this morning. It was 1 by the time we got to Burano, and the trip was 50 mins on the last bus rather than 30 and we had to switch busses. First stop once we got there was for food, since we were worried all the places might be closing soon. We each got (and finished) a pizza and were feeling ...

      Last day in Venice

      A travel blog entry by terry-christina on May 05, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... get past them, into the seat without them moving. I was very embarrassed, but it was good to have a seat. The mothers here are treated with great respect and reverence, particularly by their sons.

      The local men are all very well dressed. They favour the body shirt, perhaps with a jumper artfully arranged on their shoulders, or a snow white tight polo shirt, with the collar turned up, and sunglasses on their head. And longish hair.
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