Torre dell'Orologio Suites

San Marco 202A, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Too bad, much too many tourists...

A travel blog entry by isabelle134


... south of the city, because there one sees the all day life "Venetian" style: all kind of boats! The tourist hop on hop off boats, the vaporetto's, the ferries to the Lido and to Murano (and other islands), but also, the carabinieri boat, the waste collecting boat, the DHL boat which looks a little worn out, the ambulance boat, very noisy, the "truck" boat just to transport things, like drinks ...

Venice islands

A travel blog entry by quesera


... was on our list. As this was our last night on tour and Julie and Rachel head back to Oz tomorrow evening and the rest of us leave early in morning for Rome we decided to have a masquerade evening on Jill and Denise's balcony looking over the canal. Was very sad to say goodbye to two lovely Que Sera ladies but the memories will stay with us ...

Day 2, At Sea

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures


... the Entertainment Director. Jason said I’m a terrible interview. He said not everyone gets our humor, and I should avoid the jokes before my performance. He’s right. I could have heard a pin drop in that place, so to ease the silence, I yelled, “Let’s hear it for Kansas City!!” OMG. What an idiot. I watched Jason squirm in his seat throughout the entire song. He’s very uncomfortable when I sing and 'drop the ...

Inter-Railing: Venice

A travel blog entry by babytraveller


... 8217;t like it all. But it was still an experience, and I can say that I have been to Venice now too. We went to the Grand Canal, Saint Mark’s Basilica, Piazza San Marco, Doge’s Palace, Santa Maria Miracoli, San Simeone Piccolo, Saint Giovanni E Paolo and Scuola Grande Di San Giovanni Evangelista.

Venice wasn’t the best place, but it was okay. I wouldn’t ...

Day 5: Venice

A travel blog entry by abroszczak

After a little sleep in we were happy not to have to pack our bags this morning and headed for breakfast at 730am. Cereal, muesli, yogurt, scrambled egg slice, boiled eggs, Danishes filled with jam, toast with jams and coffee and juice for drinking. A big Buffett breakfast ready for a long day. Our first stop was on the island of Murano. Here we watched a demonstration of Murano glass making where the man created a vase and then, very impressively, a horse. It was ...

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