Hotel Commercio & Pellegrino

Calle delle Rasse, Castello 4551/A, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Life on the Canals

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips


... glass stores to see the necklaces, dishware, sculptures, etc, that they had to offer. After a delicious lunch of homemade ravioli we were about to head back to the main island when we finally came across a glass showroom that was open for viewing. Many of the others had been closed for the holidays. W were able to watch the artisans make a vase and a horse sculpture using blown glass, it was unbelieveable how quickly and effectively they worked to make these beautiful pieces. We ...

Day 2: Procrastination and Venice

A travel blog entry by sarabierman


Then there was Saturday, our one full day with Caleigh, and we were going to spend it in Venice!

First, we slept in.

Then we lounged around posting pictures of the previous day’s activities online.

And we had to take Piper for a walk.

By that point we needed coffee and a snack.

Then the next train wasn’t for about an hour, so we had time to try a winery near our house.

We missed that train. ...

Venice - Time for the Cruise

A travel blog entry by xtine13


... breakfast we got tickets for the tender boat to take us ashore to the main island of Thira which has about 15 thousand population in the winter and more than 100 thousand in the summer. Even before we had landed we could smell the donkeys the island is known for! Then we bought another ticket for a twelve minute speed boat ride and bus trip to the village of Oia. What a picturesque place. So pristine on the hillside with its white, and soft yellow houses and buildings and ...

Piazza San Marco

A travel blog entry by tbwheatley


... near San Marco, the water and the streets leading to the Rialto bridge. We wander through small streets and cross smaller canals. Many homes have both a street and water entrance. There are now only about 57,000 people living in Venice. We head straight to the second floor of the Basilica and pay extra to see the four bronze horses. They seem to almost smile and be so alive! The horses are gilded with gold and seem scratched in places to let the copper come through. We take a ...

The Sinking City

A travel blog entry by jessmackay


... that children could run away in the middle of the night and never be found was so mysterious that I must have read “The Thief Lord” at least fifty different times before I grew up a little more and put it down for good (excluding the guilty pleasure of the release of the movie three years later). Of course I had heard about Venice as a real place by that time, the almost impossible cityscape existing as a series of canals ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Bridge of Sighs, Vecchia Murano Glass Factory, San Zaccaria, and Museo Querini Stampalia.
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