B4 Venezia-Mestre

Address: Via Don Luigi Peron, 4, Mestre, Veneto, 30174, Italy | 4 star hotel
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      Day 2 ,,,,,,Venice

      A travel blog entry by sharynfay on Jul 01, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... delivery to the locals from his floating refrigerated barge, the tradies heading off with their concrete mixers, building tools and gear and lots more. There are no cars in this part of Venice, so you either walk or go by boat. By the way I would fit right in ......With my shopping trolley ....I think I'm meant to live in Venice Also. Apologies for misleading you no we aren't in Venus ( although this is pretty amazing) Damn .....auto correct Bye for now ...

      Venice Inundated

      A travel blog entry by boleroj90 on Jan 23, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... about where our near premises would be located. It came as a surprise that we'd been upgraded to a penthouse-ish room right on the Grand Canal. We even had our own private balcony with access down to the water. The owner said it was usually €150 a night, but we'd only pay €70 between the three of us, which was awesome. After we'd settled in again, we went to visit a couple of museums including the Academy Gallery, the Ca' Rezzonico, and ...

      The Soon-to-be-Lost City of Venice

      A travel blog entry by nofailuremodes on Jul 11, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... really match up to what's on the map, and half of them lead to dead ends anyway. Now combine all this with Manayach and my terrific sense of direction, and you can sort of get half an idea of how confused we were.
      So we decide we'd just poke around yesterday evening, since the museums were all closed, and we'd head in the general direction of San Marco's Square which is the one thing, our guide book promised us, should be easy to find. Ha! Well, yeah, there ...

      Third day in Venice

      A travel blog entry by jgarza on Sep 27, 2011

      ... Santi Giovannie Paolo and the Chiesa di San Sebastiano. They were all so beautifully built and the designs on the architecture were incredible, they all had a great history of being either built by a poor man or a rich and famous architect that is still greatly known today in Italy.We passed many little cafes or big and luxurious restaurants. Some i even took into count of trying out during my stay in Venice. Its amazing ...

      Bon voyage!

      A travel blog entry by ckalland on May 01, 2011

      64 photos

      We spent our last day in Venice shopping. We walked over to the Rialto bridge and checked out all the shops they had there. Bought lots of cool things. We headed back to pick up our bags and headed to the port. Stopped for lunch and found the port easily. We went through the check in and security to board the Carnival Magic and found our room. It is awesome!! We have ...

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