Due Ragni Hotel Ristorante

Address: Viale Felissent 9, Villorba, Veneto, 31020, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Viale Felissent 9, Villorba.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Due Ragni Hotel Ristorante Villorba

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Travel Blogs from Villorba

Volunteering day - day 6

A travel blog entry by jordan.jackson on Aug 20, 2014

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... and help clean and even after clean down, I had to shout the chefs a beer at the hotels bar. Spending the whole day doing something I love doing and learning new ways was such a great feeling when heading back to my room for the night. I thanked the people who organised the soup kitchen for giving me the time and they welcomed me back any time in the future which is good. ...

Hopping around Venice, Murano, and Burano

A travel blog entry by timemachine on Apr 03, 2014

49 photos

... out that he used to live in Brooklyn once he found out where we were from. It made him miss NYC. We loved the food there and I got to take everybody's picture.

After lunch, we took a trip to Murano. We wanted to check out the famous glass factories and bought some souvenirs. It was an hour long water bus ride! To be honest, there weren't that many things to do there unless you want to pay someone to see how they make ...

Day 26 Venice

A travel blog entry by rachelandnick on Dec 12, 2013

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... we had to run to the meeting spot to make the glass factory tour. At the start they talked to us about glass, and it was as exciting as it sounds. After though, they made a jug right in front of our eyes in about 2 minutes and it was amazing. They said they make real ones over I about 2 weeks because of how they heat and cool it, but because it was a demo they made it quick and just melted it again so it wouldn't explode. After they took us though the gift store and I had my ...

La Serenissima - Venice

A travel blog entry by gerryu on Sep 27, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... the paper mâché carnival masks which are an icon for this city. The afternoon was spent at a couple of museums, a bell tower and wandering back alleys (absolutely everything is curved or dead ends in this city). My new iPhone GPS app, kept us dry and relatively on-course. Alleys are bordered by three and four story buildings as they curve around for no apparent reason. The lack of shadows makes it hard to even guess a ...

10 days without work... Holiday time ;)

A travel blog entry by seliandsophie on Aug 08, 2013

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... that working away in Italy has greatly affected our waistline: pasta with potatoes and bread had become a daily menu for us! We missed proteins and fresh vegetables so much! The first thing we did was of course to raid the local supermarket and make a super salad with a side of steak for dinner :) Venice is about 40 minutes by train, so we left the car in Treviso (after a nice visit of this charming town - Oxford Italian style), and hopped on the train! Venice is truly magical! ...