Hotel Villa Rosa

Address: Cannaregio 389, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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    "Get lost" - a wise tip, not an insult...

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... to San Marco. This is when the 3-day pass is well worth the money! It’s time for a short late afternoon snooze and the chance to freshen up…

    We continue our aimless wandering into the evening, but the first stop is the No 2 over to Giudecca. We stop at a waterfront café – Spritz time! – and chat to a lovely Australian woman touring Europe and the UK. A love of travel brings so many people together! We walk along ...

    Cruise - Costa Magica

    A travel blog entry by kathyfam on Oct 08, 2013

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    ... food aboard is a treat and dinner did not disappoint. Our waiter is an Indonesian called Arif who has been doing his job for 9 years. Graham had forgotten how small the servings were so didn't order every course and was still peckish at the end of the meal. I think that will change tomorrow night. Slept reasonably well as dosed up on Sealegs and wore pressure bands. It was early to breakfast the next morning (lovely to have cereal and toast - no vegemite though) as Christine ...

    VENICE this train gonna stop?

    A travel blog entry by henleylads on Jul 21, 2013

    ... only assume is the tempreture of the sun. After 30 minutes Henry and I decided we could no longer stand it and sought refuge in a cooler carriage. We waited it out for a while and decided it was better off trying to take the heat than lie down in the corridor. On our return we were greeted by the beautiful sight of the rest of the guys asleep and it wasn't much longer til Henry joined them. Leaving just me awake.

    I think I might have clocked in ...

    Venice - getting our bearings

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 07, 2013

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    ... to the famous canals, bridges and palaces (just outside. We will go inside inside some of them another day): ˇ Rialto Bridge; ˇ Piazza San Marco; ˇ Basilica San Marco; ˇ Ponte De Sospiri (Bridge of Sighs); ˇ Palazzo Ducale / Doge's Palace; ˇ Santa Maria Gloriosa del Frari; ˇ Campo San Polo; ˇ The Scalzi. We ate Spaghetti & Meatballs and Seafood Ravioli at Gino's ...

    Of Friends and Beaches

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Aug 08, 2012

    ... and strenght.

    My favorite part of the palace was the Armory, which feature exquisite examples of medieval and renaissance weaponry - including beautifully decorated rapiers, suits of armor and even a yee old chastity belt (not quite sure what that has to do with the armory, but I digress).

    On our way back Nathan and I stopped at the large outdoor market by the Rialto Bridge. We bought some pasta, and then picked up some tomato sauce from ...