Castello di Roncade

Address: via Roma 141, Roncade, Veneto, 31056, Italy | Hotel
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      Mykonos to first day in Venice

      A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Aug 28, 2014

      12 photos

      ... d wear his All Black top tomorrow night. Ang's version = Venice very beautiful iPhone pics do it no justice - my pics taken during day won't upload but are a lot better than what I have put on here for today's blog - will upload once wifi on my phone is working - so u have what Craig takes where he always insists on me being in pic - I'd actually prefer not to be in them as Venice is so picturesque - anyway will get better ones up soon - I think my phone ...

      Venice from the outside.

      A travel blog entry by dmatten on Mar 31, 2014

      ... The other synagogues were nice too but they still didn't match up to the beauty I've come to take as a given in basilicas and churches. After the tour we saw Sant' Alvise, a church which met my expectations for what is considered remarkable and pretty. We attempted to visit another church afterwards but it was closed. We then headed to a store and bought some food for ...

      Adventuring Around Venice

      A travel blog entry by britanne on Oct 09, 2013

      31 photos

      ... and I. Before we went to this wine shop where they pour the wine from the barrels into plastic bottles. A liter of wine cost €2.30 and it's great wine! Then on the gondola we drank some wine and enjoyed the ride. Don't worry we only drank about a glass each from the liter and not the whole thing in forty minutes. :) Our gondolier was awesome! His name was Hector and he explained certain buildings to us and ...

      It's hard work being a tourist.....

      A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 08, 2013

      6 photos

      ... to feed the pigeons as they are considered vermin and they are trying to eradicate them completely.
      We spend some time in and around the square but the church is closed off and the next tour is not for several hours (and although it sounds almost blasphemous, we've seen a few churches lately) so we take a vapporetto and head back towards the Grand Canal and a little eatery we had seen that offered free wifi. We ...

      Day 15 – A Tour of Venice

      A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 10, 2013

      68 photos

      ... been in with this much gold mosaic tile on the walls and ceilings! The bones of Saint Mark were originally in Alexandria, Egypt. There was a mob of Muslims that wanted to desecrate the site. Legend has it that Saint Mark stopped in Venice and had a vision of resting here. Some Venetian traders feared for the bones of the saint, so they stole them and brought them to Venice. The basilica was erected to hold the bones. It was built on the same spot ...