Hotel Minerva & Nettuno

Lista D Spagna , Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Canals Galore and Murano Glass

A travel blog entry by josh.lambden


We arrived in Venice at 8:30am after our wonderful night train experience. We dropped our bags at the hotel, grabbed a cappuccino and then took the boat down the Grand Canal through the middle of Venice to Piazza San Marco (the main tourist square). Venice is definitely one of the most unique cities you can go to. No cars, as many canals as roads …

Adventures in Venetian dining - part 2

A travel blog entry by zaynard


... the restaurant was imposing on us an expectation that in polite society the man always pays the bill? In the end, that detail really didn't matter; Z and I share everything anyway. But I second his statement that the best meals we've had in Italy have been at small, casual trattorias where the food is at least as well-prepared; the numbers on the bill are smaller; the portions much larger; and the hospitality so warm that after just two visits to the same place, you feel like family. ...


A travel blog entry by greghahn


... now, prego" and then we were ushered into the gift shop. Interesting enough but probably not the best 12 euros we'd ever spent.

Dianne & Bianca shopped along the canal, the seemingly unending line of shops selling Murano glass objects. A pretty place though and we enjoyed it - the obligatory pizza or panino choice awaited us for lunch with which we obliged sitting in a lagoonside take away. Plenty of nice little piazzas to ...

Ferry time

A travel blog entry by bug23


... few locals as Italians are predominantly Catholic; finally Hughy senses a win for the Protestants. Unfortunately, as is Italians want, you can only access the cemetery as part of a guided tour, so we did not get to see it as we were once again getting sick of placing our hand in our wallet every 5 minutes. We did, however, part with €12 to take a lift (stairs no longer in operation) to the top of the tower, and the views of Venice were spectacular. Usually when we climb a tower ...

Brilliant place to start the holiday

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4


... observation floor to overlook the city. It was breathtaking. We loved it and didn't want to come back down.

After the tower we headed to the St Mark's cathedral which was across the grand canal. We could of got a ferry there or a water taxi but we decided to walk there instead so we could browse the shops and see more of Venice.

Once we crossed the grand canal we popped into an art museum to get out of the heat and so have a look at some Venetian ...

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