Marea Hotel Giardinetto

Piazza le Santa Maria Elisabetta 3, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Lido area of Venice, is near San Giorgio Maggiore, Lido, Casino Divenezia, and Alice in Wonderland Fine Arts Gallery.
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    Venice Day 2

    A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 19, 2014

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    We decided to explore the other islands surrounding Venice and headed to Murano first. The island is famous for it's glass and as we wandered along the streets we could see why. They were jam packed with glass shops, all with stunning glass creations hung everywhere from lamp shades to hot air balloons, horses, fruit, elephants, giraffes, spiders, fish in mini tanks, pints of beer, the list is endless and needless to say it's very easy to get drawn in. Quite frankly ...

    Venice in a day

    A travel blog entry by dragonrider on Apr 24, 2013

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    ... seating areas ie the cafes and at 6 euro for a cup of coffee I didnt really want to soak up the ambience that much.

    Very weary and foot sore we got back to the apartment and had some afternoon tea and put our feet up for a while. Me being me couldnt sit still for too long so after about 1/2hr I headed off on my own to wander the streets in search of a reasonably priced, take-away cappuccino. Apparently there is no such thing in Venice! Reasonably ...

    A man who has not been in Italy

    A travel blog entry by thebests on Aug 16, 2012

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    ... fact that it was built nearly 2,000 years ago, is truly unbelievable. The engineering that went into is amazing. For certain spectacles the floor could be flooded to allow reenactments of naval battles (only those that the Romans were victorious in of course) and the Colosseum had a primitive roof that could open and close, namely sails that were operated by sailors at the highest point of the stadium.

    We had enjoyed a long, final day in Rome, but now it was time to return to ...

    The Floating City

    A travel blog entry by laurelhawk on Dec 21, 2011

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    I arrived in Venice around 1pm, by plane, then took a bus (costing 5 Euro) to the main train station, Venezia S. Lucia at around 1:30. I phoned Antonio, the guy who was supposed to host me (couch surfing) and he told me to take the waterbus, which is basically a small ferry that maneuvers the main canals and almost acts as a taxi... it is essentially the main means of transportation in Venice.

    I met him one stop after the San Marco exit (which is the ...

    Day 11 – And We’re Late Again

    A travel blog entry by crystalrenee on May 27, 2011

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    ... were annoyed with us (as they should be) but luckily they snuck us in for a quick tour of their winery - I was under the impression it was prosciutto only, but was happy nonetheless. They make a special red sparkling wine called Lambrusco which we had never had before. They coerce us (loosely) into a lunch and with the 30 minutes we had available, we scarfed down everything in record time. You can tell the tour guide was in a hurry ...