Dorsoduro 248/A - Calle Querini, Venice, Veneto, Venice, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice


A travel blog entry by helenaxton


... owner is a very nice man...we are only a 2 minute walk from San Marco square and there quite a few nice little restaurants around here as well. Yesterday we went over to the big seafood markets and lunch at a seafood restaurant right beside....least we knew the food was fresh...the Poste Vecie....the oldest restaurant in was built in 1500. It is a very beautiful old restaurant, with beautiful furnishings, waiters all in red jackets and very cosy gas "log" ...

Lido by day, St. Mark's by night

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

... the beach. Was it all private? I walked by the Grand Hotel Excelsior, an old and luxurious place to stay on the island. Then along the road across from what I later determined was the Palazzo del cinema and the Lido casino, there was some public access to the beach. And as far down the beach as I could see was tiny little building after tiny little building, but they didn't look old. A little farther down I saw what was probably the old bathing huts; these were a ...

Michael was right -Venice is Disneyland 4 grownups

A travel blog entry by sabbatical2013


... Strangely, he didn't have so much as a damp hem on his pants. He said, apparently, he can walk on water. To my family, none of this story will seem all that unusual. Ben said I just sat there for a few seconds. I was collecting myself and refusing to cry about it, I had to laugh. Anyone who's walked with me thru Seattle, Portland, or even my own front yard could tell you, I'm always a fall risk. Lol

On our last leg(s)

A travel blog entry by ladieswotyacht


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Though there has been some dredging of the waterway here, the depth dropped to less than a metre below our keel so we slowly edged our way past fishermen in little speedboats and bright purple jellyfish, through the entrance and to our mooring for the next couple of days.

I guess things are starting to slow down for the end of the season and on top of that I am told that people don’t really come to Venice other than ...

St Lucia

A travel blog entry by guye

... on the ferry up the canal to Rialto, which is the centre and origin of Venice. The tickets must be validated just like at home, and they are thin cardboard things so I wasn't convinced we needed to do this. By they obviously have tiny chips or mag strips somewhere cause they definitely work with just a wave. And it seems to work well. Why didn't we do something simple and seemingly inexpensive like this in Melbourne I'll never know I ...


This hotel, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Vecchia Murano Glass Factory, Museo Querini Stampalia, I tre Mercanti, and Campo Santa Maria Formosa.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair