Piccola Oasi Hotel

Address: Via Venezia 33/A, Vigonza, Veneto, 35010, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Vigonza

Cannaregio & San Michele

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 04, 2014

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... the dead' San Michele at the end of the street across the lagoon when I realised this was the street grieving relatives came up to catch the boat to the island. I ended up doing the same, by accident not design, got the wrong ferry. Had a look round anyway and boy the Europeans do death differently, some of the family mausoleums are lavish. It's not quite on the level of the Paris cemeteries so I moved on, back to the main island and a boat to the nearest stop for the hotel to rest ...

OUR VENETIAN WEEKEND - Carnivalè!! 14/15/16th

A travel blog entry by joephilpotts on Feb 16, 2014

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... there to do something special for your lover**** On exploring we finally came to our favourite place - "Campiello del Remer". This place bursts with flavour. Gloomy yet splendidly suave, it's a perfect place to come for a nice drink with some delicious nibbles on the side. But the one thing I'm glad of is that we arrived there dead on 5:30pm when aperitivo begins - if you arrive later you are boned to think you'll be getting a space to sit and eat. THAT FOOD IS GONE!!! ...

Days 157 - 163: Italy's Venice, Florence & Rome

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Oct 14, 2013

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... in fact. That's more than the population of Venice visiting in 1 day. There's only a few locals left living there because of the exorbitant property prices and the issue with it sinking. Many of the apartments are now unoccupied and those working in Venice live on the mainland. The Venetian canals are not clean as much of the household waste is flushed out into the canals and into the sea and carried away by the tides. The city does not have its own sewer system. At least ...

OK, OK, I've Been Now

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Sep 01, 2013

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... to describe what it looks like. Everyone has either been here, or seen it in a dozen movies and TV shows. It is definitely visually cool, with its winding alleys and bridges connecting 170 separate islands among buildings that haven't really changed in 800 years. It is literally decaying into the Adriatic Sea, and one of most obvious places that fears rising ocean levels. High tides already flood the streets occasionally. It also has no cars, it is ...

Meandering Venice

A travel blog entry by while on Jun 08, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... half of the way tomorrow La Spezia (the other half I just wave my rail pass at them without booking, apparently). I then walked through a part of Venice I hadn't been in before with the general aim of getting back to my favourite gelato place one last time. I ended up walking through San Polo (it told me so on a sign). This district was starting to look pretty derelict. There were a few other tourists with maps ...