Hotel Ristorante El Rustego

Address: Via Rossi 16, Rubano, Veneto, 35030, Italy | Hotel
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    Hop on hop off Vaporetto

    A travel blog entry by andyandjan on Jun 07, 2015

    ... and some nice ear-rings for Marion. We bought Darrhyn a clock. Asked a young couple to take a photo of us and got talking. Turned out they were from Gloucestershire - but her mother was from Bingley! Wow, that was a strange moment! They were a lovely couple over in Venice for his 30th birthday and we chatted for quite a while. We really enjoyed Murano - ...


    A travel blog entry by salinatravels on Sep 19, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... and Renatta filled the conversation with wit and joy . They love life, they enjoy the next story, next project or glass of wine and they are passionate about it .The Baila's promised to come our way, I hope so. Headed to Venice, had lunch in Verona and saw the. Romeo and Juliet balcony. We found we had lingered a bit longer than expected so had to test the " no speed limit" rule Alex Baila had touted . Bobbie driving , me hanging on and ...

    Last day in Venice

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... church, and with the help of our Rick Steves audio guide app, we learned quite a bit about the old Basilica. We then went to the upper level of the church, which is now a museum of the Basilica's history. We got a close up look at the golden walls of the church, and were left dumbfounded, as we had previously thought that the walls and mosaics were painted, but to our surprise, we found that the every wall was its own mosaic, with each piece of glass laid down with perfect ...


    A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 10, 2014


    ... met with disdain from the server, who said, "Speak to me in English."!

    Venice was beautiful, with its architecture, foot bridges, narrow winding streets that lead to open areas called piazzas. It was nice to let the kids explore and run ahead, without the worry of vehicle traffic, as it is a pedestrian city. The water bus transportation, gondolas and water taxis are the alternatives to walking, but it we found that we could get from ...

    Sesteire of Cannaregio

    A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Apr 10, 2014

    34 photos

    ... br> Our next stop was the Jewish Ghetto and Museum which was a good experience yet also sad as it brings to mind all the harm Europeans have done to the Jews in the course of history. The Venetians besides restricting them to an old factory (ghetti) island where they had to return to each evening were fairly easy on the Jews. They were business men and the money lending of the Jews were a part of their business needs. Yet the Jews were crowded ...