Il Mercante di Venezia

Cannaregio 379, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    A Rainy Day in Venice

    A travel blog entry by cindyontour on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... the back with a couple from Ireland. It wasn't raining too heavily so we were happy to fold back the roof for better views . . . just love the Irish! The guide was brilliant providing us with many interesting facts about Venice. Too many to record but just a few for me to remember:
    > The lagoon, in somelaces is quiet shallow, (three foot). The water markers for the boats indicate the safe areas to travel. That is areas that are regularly dredged to ...

    Italy Week Four

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... which also help them to stop rotting. We left before the end of the tour because we were getting rather hungry and it was already 8pm. Our next day was spent exploring the little islands. We went first to climb the tower on San Georgio, which gave you a view of the south sky line of Venice. Then we headed over to the Island called Murano that is famous for it's glass works. We had some lunch there and a bit of a look around. There were so many glass shops! The other island ...

    Day 10: Venice

    A travel blog entry by bekkyleigh on Jun 14, 2014

    We continue on to Italy today! We're heading to Venice, the city of canals and gondolas. I've been looking forward to Venice since before we began the tour! It was a nine hour drive today but we stopped off in Verona on the way. The famous setting of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. We got ...

    Sestiere of San Marco

    A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Apr 11, 2014

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    ... for our first and only visit to the Sestiere of Castello as I wanted to see the Statue of Colleoni a mercenary captain for the Venetians. Not sure why but I have read about a number of times and it was away from the crowds so seemed like a place to go before the concert.

    The concert was a piece by Mozart and Vivaldi's Four Seasons done by a small 5 string orchestra in a building next to the Doge's Palace. Part of the building is the ...

    Venice, Italy

    A travel blog entry by justin_parker on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... to do a free walking tour, however, this never eventuated as we were unable to catch the campsites shuttle in town as it was full.The three of us then walked to the closest public bus station and caught the bus to Venice from there.

    When we arrived at Venice we were greeted by bitterly cold winds and sporadic rain. Yet, despite the poor weather and the fact it should have been "off season" the place was flooded with tourists. We walked the pathways and crossed the ...