B4 Venezia-Mestre

Address: Via Don Luigi Peron, 4, Mestre, Veneto, 30174, Italy | 4 star hotel
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      Buon giorno

      A travel blog entry by mandaeurope2013 on May 19, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... were trying to get on the few water buses running to Saint Mark's Square, all in the pouring rain. Lovely.
      When we eventually arrived, the queues to get into the cathedral were horrendous so we decided to give it a miss. Then we spotted a procession being ushered in round the side and we cheekily joined it. Evidently it was a special mass for some organisation, so we became honorary members ...

      Canal City

      A travel blog entry by melstravels on Sep 24, 2012

      36 photos

      ... as we were booked in for a tour of a Murano glass factory and the Burano lace stores the next day.

      When we were at dinner Kat’s charm completely won over one of our waiters, who ‘fell in love with her’ and gave us a couple of free drinks. Score! He had also said that he would show us a nice bar to go to later when he finished work, but after we got showered and dressed back at the hotel and ready to go ...

      Exploring the canals in the rain

      A travel blog entry by jhawk on Nov 04, 2011

      ... the main building. There are a lot of domes not unlike an Islamic mosque, with a Byzantinefacade covering the outer front. Inside the domes are covered in gold mosaic and paintings line the walls. It is the most unique European cathedral I have come across and displays the wealth Venice once possessed. Also in the square is St Mark’s Campanile (the bell tower), which has been reconstructed a couple of times over many centuries. You can climb to the ...


      A travel blog entry by hobaneuropetrip on Jun 23, 2011

      We left Austria for Italy; the drive was really beautiful today because we were driving through the Alps. It was just a lot of rolling green hills, the temperature was very warm but the area wasn't too dry, it looks a lot like Sultan area with all the green hills, but a much nicer area than Sultan. We went through a lot of tunnels to get through the mountains. We stopped for lunch, the rest stops are much better now because they have Italian food. So Kaitlin and ...

      Wow, is this place for Real?

      A travel blog entry by justjan on Nov 07, 2010

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      ... is old. There was so much to see and so many beautiful pieces of glass which is what Venetians are renowned for. Simply put, gorgeous work. We were surprised at the amount of people on the main road cause this is low season. But the numbers dwindled as time drew on. We walked around for a couple hours taking in all of the sights, then decided it was time for food. So many restaurants to choose from and they all want your business. Had our first glass of ...

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