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Address: Via del Sol, Quarto d'Altino , Venice, Veneto, 30125, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the San Polo area of Venice.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Frolicking around Venice in the rain

A travel blog entry by sarahkathleen2 on Sep 20, 2014

... the city, meeting up with a few others, shopping and eating gelati til we met back up with the group to head into the Basilica, which was gorgeous.
Venice is a beautiful city, but it is hard to enjoy when it's hot, humid and rainy.

We had a dinner in a proper Venetian restaurant, with the best risotto I've ever eaten, and a saxaphone player seranading us, before heading back to the mainland for the night.

Our 7 day Mediterranean Cruise in brief

A travel blog entry by thecawleys on Jul 05, 2014

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Sailing from the port of Venice was amazing, we set sail to Bari Italy to arrive on our 2nd day, Brant and I decided to stay on the ship and chill out and have a break after 3 weeks of a full on itinerary 14 cities in 21 days. Was told Bari was a little gem and but we just needed to relax on the pool deck with our cocktails and beers . Day 3 we had an excursion to Olympia, Greece, the birth place of the Olympic Games, mostly ruins here and a good ...

Churches and Canals

A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 20, 2014

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... Basilica di San Marco -creation of this magnificent church took 800 yrs. In AD828 Venetian merchants smuggled in the corpse of St Mark from Egypt in a basket of pork fat past the Muslim guards, being Muslims they refused to touch the meat and turned up their noses and waved them past. He is now said to be buried in the church. The basilica has Byzantine onion-bulb domes, a Greek cross layout, a Gothic rosette window and Egyptian marble walls. Inside there are 8500 sq metres ...

Venice - The Fly By version

A travel blog entry by socratesnutt on Jun 01, 2014

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... Venice is a staple in European and Italy history. So, only having a few hours we traversed almost the entire southern and middle portion of the city as best we could. Obviously visiting the Piazza San Marco on the way with its massive Venetian old government buildings and finance centers as well as the merchant hubs, I could only imagine what this place was like 500 years ago in the height of its power. We unfortunately did not any time to do any tours, so we exhausted ...


A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 02, 2014

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As we had been told, Venice was very expensive!! But it was really great too. I had been there nearly 40 years ago, ( for a day, by plane from Munich!) and it now looks a lot older. We were told that property prices have driven Venetians back to the mainland, and various ex-pats only care about the inside of their houses, so outsides decay (and, of course, sink into the mud!) Day one, off the boat, we took ferry ...