Hotel La Forcola

Cannaregio 2353, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Jewish Ghetto and Museum (Ghetto Ebraico di Venezia), Campo del Ghetto, and Ca' Vendramin Calergi.
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    Travel Blogs from Venice


    A travel blog entry by cltd on Aug 21, 2014

    Today we walked around the town of Venice We had pizza for lunch and t We changed hotels rooms from my family room to a single room We looked at all the Glass beads and masks Walking to a free gallery with the picture facing one way and the picture facing the other way We got red wine back at the room after tea We worked out our budget Good night there was a StormLast ...

    Long haul to Venice

    A travel blog entry by amr1966 on Jun 25, 2014

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    Up early to catch the 10.10am flight to Auckland. John
    dropped me at the airport, checked that my bags weighed in at exactly 23kgs and
    although the cabin bag was 8.3kg I slung it over my shoulder casually and got
    through the gates for the first flight.

    There was only a 1hour 50 gap to the first long haul flight
    at 1.00pm on Thai air to Bangkok. I spent the time wondering if I had been
    meant to pick up my bag off the domestic ...


    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Apr 13, 2014

    25 photos

    ... formed when people needed to escape the roman and barbarian battles. They used wooden planks and then built on top of those with these rocks which are water resistant. Some of the rocks were not as watertight as they hoped which has led to some movement so when you actually look at the buildings they are actually leaning and not always straight. Back in the day, they used innovative ways to prevent the buildings from toppling in to one another. Basically they have concrete slabs ...

    Let's count the bridges!

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... wish to know where you are. We did not take one and ended up guessing if our stop is going to be next. The schedules seems pretty accurate, our trip was supposed to arrive at 16:37 and we did arrive on time.

    Exploring Venice by foot

    I see a big change in the profile of the tourists visiting Venice, or all famous cities alike. There are many tour groups of Chinese and Russian who make up the majority of tourists there. It's the same in Maldives where we ...

    Day 12 Venice

    A travel blog entry by skarm on Apr 24, 2013

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    ... bridge when we arrived and very few people at San Marco. When Italians build things they like to build them big. In a place where land is at a premium Saint Marks square is massive. This square would be easily be the size of both Hay St and Murray St malls from William St to Barrack St. After breakfast back at the hotel Lisa and I spent most of the morning in the apartment just relaxing. Last 12 days ...