Vaniglia Ai Giardini

Address: Castello 1459 - Calle Colonne, Venice, Veneto, Venice, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near San Giorgio Maggiore, Arsenale, San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, and Alice in Wonderland Fine Arts Gallery.
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Venice 04 - the final push...

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 03, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and enforcement non-military division of the United Nations. I say ‘was’ because it is no longer in existence since 2004. This was during the height of the Serbian/Yugoslavian conflict. Our objective was to stop all traffic on the Danube before it entered Serbian waters and to ensure they were not carrying any strategic goods that had been embargoed by the UN security Council from entering Serbia (such as tyre for the rubber, steel, firearms, oil ...

Day 6 At Sea

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Sep 06, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

We are on the ship for 21 days (don't let Nanna catch you calling it a boat!) and only 2 of those are at sea (ie where we don't stop at a port). Today is the first, the second one is my birthday! As this is my second cruise, I'm more chilled about "sea days". Last time, I recall cramming the 2 sea days with all sorts of on-board activities - a charity "fun-run" for breast cancer, a dance class (the cha-cha), a cooking demonstration, browsing the art gallery, movies ...

Day one in Venice

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 16, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... Venice experience. We could not help but notice the Asian invasion of tourists. It would appear that half the tourists were Asian and all of the morning Gondola riders seemed to be.

A littlemore history: Fleeing the Goths, who were looting and burning their way southwards to Rome, the people of the Veneto sought refuge among the wild and uninhabited islands of the marshy coast. They formed villages, and the city of Venice was born (founded, as tradition has it in AD 421). Over ...

Gelato is my new addiction

A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jun 22, 2014

4 photos

... There were 8 adults and two children, one of them a one year old. Needless to say, it was a hectic journey. We drove from Belgium to Germany (where my aunt and uncle live). Stayed there for a few hours while my family unpacked and repacked, then we flew to Italy. The whole situation reminded me so much of home alone. You know, in the beginning of the movie, when everyone is rushing around the house, trying to get things done, shouting to each other from different rooms, etc. ...

City of Canals

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 01, 2014

3 photos

... get to those was a challenge in itself. Eventually we found the crowds again and that took us in the right direction for a while, but the crowds got so dense we had to redirect ourselves back through the narrow walk ways and off the beaten path. After a while, we finally made it back to the train station and got back to Mestre. Venice was a very cool city to walk through, plenty to see, eat and shop for. But I'm glad we ...