Il Mercante di Venezia

Cannaregio 379, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by davidcarder


... top. It was used to signal the sailors.

On the second day we went down the grand canal on a vaporetto. This is a water bus. On the third day we caught a vaporetto to Burano. At Burano there were lots of colourful houses along a canal and mum bought lots of glass. The next island we went to was Murano. They are famous for glass blowing. We watched some people blow, one big and one ...

Venice: Boats and toes

A travel blog entry by haleygonela


... in Maine and bought a second home in Sicily about 6 years ago. They would travel back and forth until just recently - they sold their house in Maine and now reside in Sicily permanently. Luigi and Fernando have lived in Italy all their life. They invited us to join them; it was perfect. We drank, talked, laughed, shared stories of traveling... (insert pic.) They had to leave to go to a dinner party and we were left to explore more and find a ...

Sailing Into Venice, Doge's Palace and Glass

A travel blog entry by andbrown


... which they drove millions of trees into the ground, put a platform on top, and then put foundation and stone on top of that. Trees were so precious that cutting one down or damaging it was punishable by hanging. The Doge's were elected by the people and if they were to try to become more powerful they were overthrown and declared a betrayer of the country. One such Doge in particular tried to become King. He was promptly beheaded. There are painted portraits of all the Doges in ...

Heading South, our time in Venice and Florence

A travel blog entry by epiceuroasia


... of beers and have arrived in the land of wine. We finished our first night off with an after dinner stroll and some delicious gelato!

For our first and only full day in Venice, we woke up early to catch the water taxi. The water taxis here are something you’ll never see anywhere else in the world. Venice has an amazingly well organized system of pretty much a metro, but on the water. A boat arrives every 15 minutes, and docks where ...

Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by trish14


... It was very busy, but we managed to find our way to St Marks square. Our hotel for the next night was very close to St Mark's, and we were trying to make a trial run (without the burden of luggage). It was nice to have this extra day to work out the kinks, because we were able to improve our plan! Water taxis are very expensive The city was so interesting to see.....and of course we got lost...but only once and we were able to find our way after ...

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