Doge Hotel

Santa Croce, 1222, Venice, Veneto, 30133, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Giudecca area of Venice, is near Naval History Museum (Museo Storico Navale) & Arsenale, Piazza Santa Maria, Marco Polo's Home, and Palazzo Labia.
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    Basilica di San Marco

    A travel blog entry by bellrouse on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... place is really beyond description. Stunningly beautiful, sparkling, and detailed gold mosaics cover walls, ceilings, and even part of the pillars. The marble-mosaic floors literally roll like an calm sea's gentle swells. Not all of Venice is as stable as the rest - or perhaps the location of the pillars is the most stable, and hence highest, land? Even though the photos cannot do the place justice, please look through the pictures of St Mark's from yesterday's post as well as this ...

    The true city for romance......Venice!

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 29, 2014

    65 photos

    ... of music on all sides of the square. Grab a hot chocolate or coffee and sit down and be entertained all night long.

    Murano’s reputation as a center for glass making was born when the Venetian Republic, fearing fire and the destruction of the city’s mostly wooden buildings, ordered glass makers to move their foundries to Murano in 1291. Murano glass is still associated with Venetian glass.
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    A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

    A travel blog entry by beccabaker6 on Feb 07, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... read up on, but allegedly King Herod was in power when Jesus was born, and he felt that this threatened his reign, so he had his brigade of soldiers run around all of Bethlehem murdering toddlers and under. So there I stood, in front of four tapestries of dead babies, and my mood quickly soured. I would quickly find the least crowded corner in every room and grump up my corner. My frown was quite visible, and when I looked around, that seemed to be par for the course. ...

    Venice - so much to do in so little time

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Sep 11, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... were more in line with our budget. They had lots of interesting things Venice is known for: masks, glass, jewelry and gelato. The gelato was good but it's popular all over Europe. We checked out the nooks and crannies as we weaved our way toward St Marc Square. This is a large gathering place for both Venetians, tourists and pigeons. We spent some time there listening to the small orchestras playing at the restaurants throughout the square. Vendors hawk ...

    Venice by Foot

    A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jul 07, 2013

    11 photos

    ... around for a bit and at 8:00pm prepared our cameras for the chiming of the bells (about 8 ft from our heads) only to discover that the didn't ring again until 9pm. We found poll position at a window with a good view of the sunset and watched it peter out around 8:45pm. Exhausted, we headed east to what Rick Steve's calls "Sandwhich Row" at a little joint called Osteria Da Bacco. For $16 euro we shared two huge sandwhiches and a carafe of house wine. A great meal with ...