Address: Via Carlevaris 47/2, Venice, Veneto, Venezia Me, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Carlevaris 47/2, Venice, is near Venice 2000, Teatro Corso, Green Garden Sporting Club, and Circolo Golf Venezia Lido.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Row Venice

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 24, 2015

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... south side of town, I passed a church that had been half-converted to a music museum. THIS is how you do a music museum, Milan take a lesson. They acoustics were amazing, which I could tell because they were actually playing music. (What a concept!) If I knew anything about instruments, the museum would probably have been even better.

The ...

Venice Ghost Tour!!

A travel blog entry by jessiee on Mar 01, 2015

... Rialto bridge and I got their early. About 12 other people turned up and we started the tour. We walked through the hidden streets of Venice. On the tour the tour guides name was jack and he told us lots of ghost stories. The tour took us to an old prison and told us stories about that. The tour then ended at 10:30 at the Grand Canal. Where we ended was walking distance back to the hotel so I walked back their and went to ...

Cruising slowly through Venice.

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 15, 2014

Last night was a long night of epic proportions. We got off the bus to a sea salt smell so strong it was like a punch in the nose. We then went off to dinner at a nice little restaurant up the road with decor still from the 1950s. Then we went out again to a local bar. I won't go into too much detail here but we didn't get back to our room until 3am, long after I'd completely sobered up, and with one hell of a drinking story that's not quite mine to tell... ...

Piccola Ada and the grandi Americani

A travel blog entry by zingerin on Oct 21, 2014

... horses in the upstairs balcony museum. From the balcony the mosaics are within reach, and the the glass fragments are tiny, probably not more than a centimer square. Looking down on the piazza from the roofline walkway, we saw lighter than usual crowds, and almost dried puddles.

Took a scenic roundabout walk to San Zaccaria, which was closed for lunch break, but we found Seth's favorite sandwich shop on a Castello back street.

In The Rear View Mirror

A travel blog entry by mraztravel on Sep 20, 2014


... considering most are at least 500+ years old, they get props (pun intended) for still resisting Mother Nature's relentless wear and tear. Neg: It appears the bulk of this city's economy is from marine maintenance and tourism. With tourists comes the usual cheap junk/souvenir vendors in every open space larger than a two-car garage. I'm a bit surprised we haven't seen any Expo '74 paraphernalia. =: Any ...