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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Travel Blogs from Villorba

Day 10 Venice

A travel blog entry by kathyhotz on Oct 10, 2014

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Well all I can say is that you can read about it, listen to people talk about it and look at pictures of it but until you experience it the full impact of this city doesn't hit you. It is a place of such contrasts. The beautiful Ocean at your door step but at the same time it is at the mercy of the tides and water. This was evident in St Mark's square today when, at 1pm high tide hit. I was wondering why they had stacks of what looks like seating but it ...

Thank God for Venetians.....

A travel blog entry by kathyducker on Jul 12, 2014

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... and amount of stuff being sold. Nicholas bought a face mask with a long nose.... It is amazing how a day can get away from one. We next tried to get to Murano island to see some glass blowing. We finally made it over on the ferry only to discover that they had stopped for the day. We made a few purchases but the children were really disappointed. As we came out a storm had blown up from nowhere and we got absolutely drenched. We were running around trying ...

Getting Lost

A travel blog entry by nannakez on May 18, 2014

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... out to sunny places where families played with kids and dogs. We stopped at a small cafe for lunch....a pizza for Andrew and a ciabatta for me. €12 for the pizza and €4 for the ciabatta didn't seem that unreasonable to me. Equivalent to having a takeaway or cheap meal at a cafe at home. Funnily enough we soon saw ourselves back on the "rat run"......we had 'found' our way accidently back on the main route. A gelato each at ...

Sailing Into Venice, Doge's Palace and Glass

A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 30, 2013

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... except for this one. His portrait is an empty space with wording saying "there should be a picture of the Doge here but he was a traitor". They could not refuse to be elected as a Doge and had to move from their homes to live within three rooms in the ducal palace upon election. For a long time Venice was a major marketplace as they were a connect to Istanbul in the east and the other European markets in the west. They also controlled Crete and a few other islands. Eventually ...

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! ...