Residenza Cartiera 243

Address: Via Roma 243, Villorba, Veneto, 31050, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Villorba

I didn't get lost

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Apr 07, 2015

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... Another cool thing about Venice is that all the emergency serivces are water based, so the police, ambulance and fire services all get around by boat! During the tour, the guide also explained the history of the masks, the different types of masks and how they are made. One mask can take up to 1 week to make, given all hours put into the making, drying, painting and decorating. There are 5 main types of masks, the Bauta which is one that covers the ...

A Day Exploring Venice

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

Today was a day of sightseeing, souvenir shopping and eating! The weather was warm and sunny - no jackets today! We started out at the St. Mark's Basilica in the famous St. Mark's Square. We had to line up, but not for too long. Inside there was a lot of gold, and relics from many saints including their bones, teeth, etc. The tile mosaics on the floor were beautiful, as were the paintings and gold on the walls and ceilings. After the Basilica we wandered the streets ...

A T-shirt merchant of Venice.

A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jun 24, 2014

7 photos

... yourself to the grand canal and the tourist trap piazza's. Hop a Linea 5.1 ferry and do an outside lap of the islands and the city. See the ports and the working end of town. Go to Lido. See the lagoon. Have coffee on the south shore at Zattere. Watch the boats roll in. Get away from the T-shirt stand and leave the mask for the Carnivale. Seeing Lagoona Veneta reminds me of Morton Bay (and not just the mozzies). Large, wide, shallow in parts, islands dotted through, ...

Weekend Excursion to Venice

A travel blog entry by jordan_bardwell on Jan 31, 2014

21 photos

One of the cities that I was most excited to visit going into this trip was Venice. Ever since watching movies like The Italian Job and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade I was able to recognize the uniqueness and beauty that Venice could provide. With that being said, I was extremely excited to spend my second full weekend in Italy exploring Venice. Before we left we were warned that Venice may be experiencing flooding while we were there, and that certain parts of the city may be ...


A travel blog entry by jacquichap on Sep 05, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... Italian food! The highlight today though was the gondola ride! Lopsided throughout (Matt almost capsized us!), it was amazingly quiet and peaceful! The canal's are obviously the back streets of the town, deserted save for the progression of tourists alike all soaking up this Venetian experience. I found it glorious, but yet quite sad... Particularly as our guide was telling us about the flooding and pointing out various buildings whereby the ...