Ambassador Tre Rose

Piazza San Marco-Calle dei Fabbri 905, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Venice - The city of water roads

A travel blog entry by tomerlin_rs


Tonight I type to you from the grand old city of Venice, Italy also known as the city of rivers. Venice is basically a city which is comprised of about 40 islands, which interestingly when put together resembles the shape of a fish! Our arrival into the city was via a waterbus which transported us to a port where we arrived at St. Marks Square, the …

Cruising the canals and getting lost in Venice

A travel blog entry by ssmalley


... understatement, and this would be no mean feat. We agreed to wander around in that general direction for a bit while looking at various shops and then catch a vaporetto closer to the rendezvous point. Or so I thought... It takes 30 minutes to get an "express" vaporetto directly to our destination and as we approached the last possible time to catch one in order to not miss the bus Kate confessed that she had no intention of catching one at all and ...

Getting lost in Venice

A travel blog entry by kperissinotto


... crush of humanity. There was music (all in English) and a girl in a trapeze ring dancing, and then...the countdown to midnight, shown up on the Napoleonic wing of St Marks Square and on the campanile. Many screams and much spraying of prosecco at midnight!!!! We then moved over to the corn of the Basilica to see the fireworks in the lagoon at 12.15am...some nice American girls let Matt climb up the wall with them, so he could see too. It was amazing, watching the fireworks as ...

Cannaregio Neighborhood Tour

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... they couldn’t be heretics because they were not Catholic. The Doge needed and wanted the Jewish community because they were such an asset to Venetian life. Instead he gave them their own island – which became known as The Ghetto. Yea for the Doge. For many centuries the Ghetto did not have any bridges connecting it to the other parts of Venice. The photo is of the first bridge built to the Ghetto – it’s iron and ...

The Breathtaking Puddle Called Venice

A travel blog entry by mickisc


... ship offered us a water shuttle for $10 one way or $20 round trip to get to the main tourist attractions where those eight thousand tourists were hanging out. If this was our only few hours in Venice, we would have taken that shuttle, but it wasn't. For 18€ we could buy a 12 hour pass with unlimited transfers on the vaporetto (water bus). 2€ more we could have a 24 hour pass. We were going with plan B. We were going to walk and use the vaporetto. ...

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