Hotel Ca'Bianca

Address: Via Del Mutton, 88, Istrana, Veneto, 31036, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Del Mutton, 88, Istrana.
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Travel Blogs from Istrana

Day trip to Verona

A travel blog entry by garthf on Oct 13, 2014

34 photos

... threatening rain most of the morning. Laura is a sommelier and whose family owns a winery that produces about 350,000 bottles a year. She's travelled around the world extensively, and mmet her husband, Martin (a Dutchman,) on a boat in Australia called The Flying Dutchman. They've split their time between Belgium, Verona, Garda, and the hill country of Valpolicella and she is a delightful and enthusiastic host full of local information and ...

Harrys bar

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 11, 2014

3 photos

... that's done Harrys bar!' And snuck out while the waiters back was turned. He looked round to find a suddenly empty bar and with a shrug say ' they come, they go!' Which raise a laugh from those that were prepared to pay what what little more outrageous than I've been charged in some London ...

The Mardi Gras of Italy

A travel blog entry by mrenfrew176 on Feb 22, 2014

1 comment, 55 photos

... and Burano. These were both very cool.

Murano is known for amazing glass blowing done on the island. We got a quick tour of the facility and one of the men created a glass horse in about two minutes time. The showroom had some amazing stuff in it. We were not allowed to take photos inside the showroom, but some of the things in there were absolutely incredible. It is amazing to think that someone has the ability ...

Feast for the Eyes and the Tummy

A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Oct 28, 2013

11 photos

... times. Ships left the harbor with European goods, returning from the East with spices, cloth and jewels for the royalty of Europe. The Venetian sailors were brave merchants, crossing thousands of miles of water, returning years after their departure.

The train station was only about 1/2 mile, so we walked over the bridges with our backpacks, to catch the train to Florence (Firenza).


Day 2 in Venice

A travel blog entry by luimal on Sep 14, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... what is now known as Venice. The architect and history that they left behind was unreal.. The church and the buildings that we saw were dated back hundreds of years earlier than what is now Venice. It is an area where the ancient architect and the simplicity of country life co-exists. It was truly a wonderful day away from the normal tourist traps. Blog written by Mal ...