Hotel Caprera

Cannaregio 219, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Venice/Venezia: a tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by tk2014


Walking out of the Venezia Saint-Lucia train station is one of those 'stop and appreciate' moments. Straight away you're hit with the sight of old buildings, old bridges, old canals - oh and about 97 billion tourists. Luckily for us, we had chosen a hotel near the station so there was no traipsing over stepped bridges or through narrow winding …

Cocker Spaniels

A travel blog entry by tk2014


I have been captivated all trip by the number of cocker spaniels that we have seen throughout France and in Milan - it seems that everyone either owns a spaniel or a golden retriever!!!

Needless to say, I was very excited to see this gorgeous black cocker greet us from his spot right underneath the check in desk at our Venice hotel - his …

Day 16 - Venice

A travel blog entry by planetwalker

I arrived in Venice after a long 13 hour train ride. When I arrived at the train station to get my ticket I was told my room was for 4 people. I told her I booked a private room and she said that no, I had a room for 4. I gave up arguing as it was obvious I wasn't going to win this one. In the end it was not bad as the compartment (couchette) I was …

St Marks Basilica, Santa Maria, Grand Canal

A travel blog entry by jak5


... to see. The real horses are just behind that front wall on the same level.
Also in the museum were mosaics, plaster carvings, and song books from the 14th century.
I noticed more people using cameras, so I indiscreetly took more myself of the lower levels of the church.

We then headed to the Santa Maria Della salute church (St Mary of health). It was built in the 1600's as an offering to keep people safe from the plague.
The church is a ...

Florence to Venice via Verona

A travel blog entry by funinitaly


... was a stall selling spices which even had Murray River salt!

We then boarded the coach for the last time and headed to Venice. The landscape up here
is much flatter, with more level fields of farmland, similar to the river flats at home. The houses are more formal looking than in Tuscany too, with some brick and some rendered homes. After driving across the land bridge, we arrived in beautiful Venice. What a place! It's just incredible to ...

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