Al Raspo de Ua

Address: 560 Via Galuppi , Venice, Veneto, 30012, Italy | Inn
 
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      A few hours in Venice

      A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... the streets. It was an incredibly unique and beautiful city. We shopped and saw the sights, then eventually we ended up in St. Mark's Square. IT WAS AMAZING! Probably my favorite piazza we've seen so far. The basilica facade was colorful and vibrant and the city seemed alive with amusement and history. We captured some amazing sunset shots then set out to find ice skating that we had heard ...

      The Incomparable City

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... the church was only open to visit for a couple hours that afternoon). San Marco is incredible. Not only is the narthex of the church underwater, but once you get inside the church and above water the church itself is jaw dropping. The entire top part is covered in gold mosaic and the bottom is covered in marble. There we saw some relics of St. Mark, took in the majesty of the church, and said some prayers before heading out. After St. Mark’s we ...

      No Map Required

      A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 17, 2014

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      Today we were off to Verona for a whistle stop then on to Venezia. Verona was average, well just the parts we saw. We headed to Juliet's balcony and the opportunity to rub the beast of the statue for luck. Oh my God, what a zoo! Most of the people queued in a rough order to take a photo but not some people. When Doug stood up to the statue, some random South American woman hopped up on the other side and grabbed Juliet's breast. I wasn't having any of that so ...

      Land Ahoy

      A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 27, 2014

      ... train trip and by the time we got to Naples it was dark outside. Luckily our hotel was just across the road from the train station so we didn't have very far to go. We quickly checked in and went to go get something to eat. I was so hungry but also very tired so the first restaurant we saw we ate there. It was very nice food and I had gnocchi (pasta). We them made our way back to the hotel and I went straight to ...

      A T-shirt merchant of Venice.

      A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... major shipping wandering through. Strong oceans breezes and little boats everywhere. This is where I connected to Venice and it was in our last few hours. This is the bit where I felt at home. With open water around me, and beachside promenades ahead. If I decide to come back to Venice, I'll take the Lido over San Marco any day. For Ron he says it's "like coming home". He likes the surprise piazza's & likes the way the dogs wander at leisure, Masters of ...