Sile Villaggio

Address: Via Poerio 15/17 - 30010 , Cavallino, Veneto, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Poerio 15/17 - 30010 , Cavallino, is near Torcello Island, San Francesco del Deserto, and Museo dell'Estuario di Torcello.
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Travel Blogs from Cavallino

Venice, city of dreams

A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 27, 2014

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... As George had rehearsals, Pam and I ventured out to the outlying Venetian Islands on Tuesday. Purchasing a 24 hour ferry pass (€20), we managed to get ourselves to Burano, a beautiful spot with lacemaking and very brightly coloured houses. Our couple of hours wandering, photographing and sitting in the sun was wonderful. Then on to leafy Torcello, where after a light (fried) lunch with a very large tumbler of white wine, we visited the Basilica with its magnificent mosaics, ...

Murano and Burano

A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 09, 2014

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... a very relaxing lunch and then wandered across the bridge to Burano, where we retraced the steps of our last visit. Not a lot had changed. We caught the ferry back to Murano where Judi picked up a few bits and pieces and we enjoyed window shopping in some of the more high end art galleries. They produce some beautiful designs in glass. We took another route home to ...

Venice

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Apr 03, 2014

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Venice is a really fun city to arrive in by rail, as we discovered some years ago during our honeymoon. The train passes over some water and then pulls into a fairly grimy, run-of-the-mill looking railway yard. You get off the train, walk off the platform, through a dim, institutional looking train terminal, and then out the front doors, where – wham! – you unexpectedly find yourself standing on the Grand Canal, looking across the ...

Venezia, Italia

A travel blog entry by laurenandjd on Feb 09, 2014

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... to buy our tickets to Graz the following day, so we bundled up and braved the rain. Of course we got lost. We must have walked three miles, finally reaching the station. When we left the station the walkways had begun to flood. An alarm sounded through out the city, which we learned later meant "high water". The mystery of the narrow tables was revealed as we saw men pulling them down and running them through the passages as a type ...

Vitruvian Man

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 20, 2013

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... It’s a striking bridge from the outside and haunting to be on the inside looking out. No photos allowed inside the palace but I sneaked off a few from the view inside the Bridge of Sighs – the last sight the prisoners would see before being held in prisons. They would sigh as they caught the last glimpse of Venice before serving their prison sentence. ...