Hotel La Residenza

Campo Bandiera e Moro, 3608, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $171.00

Travel Blogs from Venice

Exploring Venice and Cassie's Birthday

A travel blog entry by rigel512


Buon giorno, Aaron here.

Time sure is flowing by fast. We are approaching the midway point of this vacation but we still feel like there is a lot more gas left in the tank.

We spent July 6th and 7th in Venice. While we did visit some of the major sites, our short time here was more about relaxing and enjoying time together. We …

Of Venetian Vaporetti and Vinotecas

A travel blog entry by kelncre


We arrived in Venice mid-day and then caught the vaporetti, Venice's public transit fleet, to our hotel near St. Mark’s Square. Our hotel was on one floor of a former palace with a grand chandeliered common room. After getting situated in our room, we set out for lunch. We grabbed lunch at a sandwich place a couple blocks off St. Mark’s …

City of Water

A travel blog entry by salerhand

The existence of the floating city of Venice, navigable only via boating through canals and walking over bridges, almost seems unreal. The map of the city lays it out in a way that is easily understood: Start with a fish-shaped piece of solid land. Now just imagine that countless canals large and small wind throughout the area, essentially turning …


A travel blog entry by debrabaker9


We are on the road again, leaving Bled and heading west to the Italian border. We stopped at Idrija, a town who was built on mining mercury, starting over 500 years ago. We visited the mine and toured some of the tunnels, most of it has been filled in nowadays as mining of mercury is now illegal in Europe due to the health issues related to mercury poisoning of the ...

A day in the Venetian Islands

A travel blog entry by arnies


... miss the leaning tower of Pisa. However, no one could tell us why it was leaning. We think it was probably so old that the foundations were beginning to get a bit wonky, but maybe it was just tired. Next we went to Torcello, not nearly as touristy, but just as interesting. Evidence of a number of ancient buildings going back to Roman times and a lovely church at which there is a striking statue of Pope Paul 1, who had a lovely face. The ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Arsenale, San Zaccaria, Campo San Zaccaria, and Museo Querini Stampalia.
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