Marea Hotel Petit Palais

Via Lungomare Marconi 54,Lido, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Lido area of Venice, is near University of Padua, The Rotunda of St George (Sveti Georgi), National Art Gallery, and Parco Milcovich.
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    Travel Blogs from Venice

    Venice

    A travel blog entry by bobandglenis on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... and iron:) Landed in Venice midday, we were back in our room by then, so we went ashore, and looked around Venice, catching the people mover from the docks. Was lovely sailing into Venice passing the gondoliers and the bridge of sighs, by st marks square. Had a good look around the shops, bought some black shoes. Feeling quite tired after not much sleep we returned to the ship. We were going for dinner back to the grand canal with friends, ...

    More in Venice

    A travel blog entry by sophiawurtz on May 29, 2014

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    ... or their last view of the outside world. After we left we went to another museum. We also went to a small park to relax for at minute. The park was beautiful. It was fun to sit for a minute and just take a breather. After that we went home to pack and then went back out. We finally went on a gondola ride. That was pretty fun and really pretty. After that we had dinner by the water. After that we spent the rest of our time in Italy at Sand Marcos ...

    Cruising the canals and getting lost in Venice

    A travel blog entry by ssmalley on Apr 09, 2014

    20 photos

    ... the piece is thrown out and they have to start again; hence why they have to be experts in just the one stitch. The second was glass blowing. We were shown how a ball of glass, heated to 900 degrees and glowing orange could be transformed into a delicate animal (a stag I think). At that temperature the glass was so unbelievably pliable, and in a matter of minutes the glass blower had twisted and pulled the glass into shape. After our gondola ride ...

    Venice — Day 2

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 11, 2013

    ... we are surprised to find small bands of tiny criminals roving the city, running some kind of protection racket where they troop into shops banging pots and pans and making noise, presumably to extort money to make them go away. In one large group some appear to be dressed as Roman soldiers, and are even accompanied by an adult and a nun! Later we discover that today is the day of Saint Martino, a Roman solider who cut his cloak in half in order to give it to a freezing beggar, and ...

    Venice .......... a place to get lost in.

    A travel blog entry by neverold on Aug 07, 2013

    3 comments, 119 photos

    ... perhaps. We have spoken to people who say you can see Venice in a day - they were mostly from cruise ships I think. Our week is almost done and there is still so much to see.

    The first thing that becomes very apparent is the very high humidity - feels like 120%. North Queensland would be almost dry by comparison.
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