Il Mercante di Venezia

Cannaregio 379, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

A travel blog entry by beccabaker6


... 8217;t have a gelato a day I was doing something wrong… so I had three a day to compensate for the entirety of my life. After my first taste of the nectar of the gods, we spent the afternoon touring the Grand Canal via boat. We looked at all of the lovely houses that bordered the canal. We were able to see so much of the city just by lazily floating down the canal, which I supported. I live for the little breaks in the day, which at times even amount to bathroom ...

Venice ciao

A travel blog entry by cathterry


... going 2 stops or 10?), cheaper options if you're here for a week or longer but Venice's public transport is horribly expensive. So as we leave to head to the ship we think we'll share the love and pass our tickets on. Someone can use them till 10pm tonight. Well obviously giving things away is not the 'done thing', we can't give them away, in fact on one instance Paul was made to feel like he was selling something. But I manage to palm them off to some very grateful young ...

The Airport and the COMPLETE Travel Experience

A travel blog entry by mickisc


... told her it made for good stories, she has had ALL of the travel experiences now, and she should wear this as a badge of honor. She's good with that. She has never been cast as the bad guy. ;-)

So now it's 6:48 pm Venice time, it's 12:48 pm where we are heading, we are skirting the coast of Halifax, Canada, and they just turned up the lights to serve us breakfast. ??? What did I miss? The best thing they have served me on this plane is a Coke in a ...

My stay in Venice

A travel blog entry by minecraftman


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A travel blog entry by rojaleca


... it was cooling down a bit, I headed out to get some dinner, with a plan to tour the Jewish Ghetto at dusk. On my way, a waiter convinced me to eat at his outdoor bistro by the church that houses the remains of St Lucy. He and his colleagues were very entertaining. I had a nice meal starting with an antipasti platter of dried ham and melon (which surprisingly works well together!), gnocchi in a tomato ragu, and tiramisu for dessert. Then ...

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