Hotel Nazionale

Lista di Spagna 158, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Endless Meowing

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

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... dinner that night. I asked if maybe the coming evening would suit better, and she said yes, so it was off to the supermarket. After some quick discussion we settled on Clare's Parmesan Chicken, even though Matteo apparently didn't like mustard or Worcestershire sauce, because everyone likes Clare's Parmesan Chicken. There aren't many ingredients, so it was fairly easy to buy everything we needed - though we couldn't find parmesan so we used pecorino cheese instead. We cooked up ...

Venice via Motuvon (Istria)

A travel blog entry by faerenuff

21

... we got back on the highway and before we knew it we were out of Croatia, briefly into Slovenia and then - Italy. As we drove across the bridge to Venice and pulled into the parking lot (sounds so easy doesn't it?) we remarked how it reminded us of driving to Redcliffe. I might add that the comparison ended at the parking lot. The first shock was realising that we had to leave our car key in the unlocked car so the 24-hour attendant could move it ...

Venice Rules on April Fools

A travel blog entry by dmatten

... TV move called Marco Polo. Gabriele talked with the guard to find out more about it before we continued on our way. The church of Madonna was pretty but the ceilings weren't painted or even vaulted, they just had plain wooden beams. From the church we took a boat to the Arsenal, which we could only see from the outside, and then walked toward San Marco's square. We took another boat back toward our apartment, bought some food for dinner and then took it easy for the rest of the evening. ...

Venice

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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96

... of us.

The next morning we headed in to Venice relatively early so that we had lots of time to wander the streets. We headed over to see the fish market but it doesn’t run on Mondays so we went for a cappuccino instead. The public washrooms in Venice cost €1.50 to use, which is the same price as a coffee (although getting a coffee to use the washroom starts a bit of a cycle since you then need to find another café later on…). Anoop didn’t need to ...

Day 3 - Day 5 Paris to Venice

A travel blog entry by holly_bear4

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... way through Chris and I agreed we were over it! LOL We
then made our way to the Arc de Triumph and from there walked down passed the
Eiffel Tower and saw the French statue of liberty (from far away).



We headed back to
our hotel around 7:00 to use the internet one last time before we boarded our night
train. I looked at our itinerary and realized that our train left at 7:45. In a
panic ...

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