Flestariam

Address: Via Carlevaris 47/2, Venice, Veneto, Venezia Me, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Carlevaris 47/2, Venice, is near Venice 2000, Teatro Corso, Green Garden Sporting Club, and Teatro Toniolo.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

We Opened in Venice

A travel blog entry by cranleystravels on Sep 23, 2014

5 comments, 27 photos

... nevertheless enjoying our travels. Finally we caved and bought a map. Did it help?? hmmm not sure about that. We found the Rialto bridge and finally St Mark's Square. Passed on having a coffee here, as it was cheaper for us both to catch the public ferry the length of the Grand Canal than to buy one coffee. The ride was brilliant and we had a great view of all the activities on the canal.
After resting up at the apartment we headed out again, this ...

Our Last Drive.. Florence to Venice

A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 17, 2014

44 photos

... I never dreamt I would do something like that! Grant had it right to have Italy on his bucket list! We checked into our room and after a quick change and a rest we headed out again for our gondola ride! Oh My Goodness! What a lovely way to spend an evening. I was so glad that I did not do this adventure in Las Vegas so Grant had to take me on the Gondola in Venice with a real Gondolier and not a part time Casino dealer!! We had 30-40 ...

Hmmmmmmm........Venice

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 23, 2014

13 photos

... overlook the water it is an extra €5 cover charge to enjoy the view. WTF? Do people really pay this? I guess they do as everywhere was doing a roaring trade. Jac had visited Venice about 13 years ago on her Contiki tour. That visit was on September 11- what is now an infamous day in history. She often tells the tale of a local stallholder telling them "America, boom" after their Gondola ride through Venice's canals. Back then there was no instant news feeds on ...

Leaving the Ship Behind

A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 20, 2013

8 photos

... was the area by the people mover near the cruise ships, and Rialto was the landmark bridge of Venice about halfway between Roma and Marco. If we made it to the Rialto Bridge, we could follow the Grand Canal to the train station (to get to he mainland) and Roma. I think these signs were a ploy by the locals to keep the sprawling crowds contained to a few avenues, because every avenue I looked down while passing them was empty. We were turned around once by heading too far west instead ...

Mario and Luigi!!

A travel blog entry by ouboua on Sep 18, 2013

... work at both those live here! Joudia is the cutest thing ever!! Soo much energy and excitment in that child it's ridiculous! They have been such great hosts to me I love them for that!

We went to Venice day 1... Oh my the city of water!! That place is built in such a robust way as you can definetly tell the Roman Empire respected that location and made sure it was home to a great nation and a portal to the sea! Cathedrals and Italian architecture everywhere you ...