Hotel Villa Rosa

Cannaregio 389, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

High tide in Venice

A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda

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It was an early start for Dave and I as we headed off to St Mark's Square for the sunrise - which we were too late for! There was ************e around so we were able to snap some shots with few people around.

Back to the hotel for breakfast before I headed off for a gondola ride with five other girls. It stayed sunny throughout the …

Island Hopping - Venice

A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda

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We spent the day out on the water visiting the islands of Murano and Burano. To catch the water boat to the island, we first had to catch a ferry down the Grand Canal. The weather was pretty awful and we could have done with a bit of sun to brighten up the ride. Venice experienced a high tide today and water was coming up over the paths. …

Venice Introduction

A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda

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We left Lake Como by bus to catch a train from Milan to Venice. After the train trip of about two hours, we arrived in Venice. It seemed strange to arrive in a water city by train, however we did travel over a long bridge to arrive in Venice.

On arrival, we went for a long walk, to get a feel for the place. We arrived mid afternoon …

Venice: the Sinking City?

A travel blog entry by where.is.cass

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Venice. One word? Astounding.

Now I will start with a little clarification: I don't think Venice is sinking literally. It just sounds like a good title.From what I understand the infrastructure on which Venice is built is what is actually failing, as it was built no doubt before our little country was even discovered.

We stayed …

Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by justin_parker

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Our train arrived at Venice Mestre - a station based on the mainland of Venice, so we had to catch a connecting train to the main Venice station, Santa Lucia, which is on the island itself. Once we exit the station we were greeted by a fresh wind and overcast skies that cast a shadow over the grand canal that run parallel with the station. Venice was bustling and vibrant, even on a day with such terrible weather. We were not to spend time here, however, as we needed to catch our shuttle ...

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