Al Raspo de Ua

560 Via Galuppi , Venice, Veneto, 30012, Italy | Inn

Travel Blogs from Venice

Destination: Italy - Venice

A travel blog entry by snovacek


... their smart uniforms, the boys sounded incredible! Their harmonies and musicality were captivating! I could have listened to them sing all afternoon! That evening Abby and I met up for a long, enjoyable dinner at local Trattoria, which was recommended by our Gondolier the previous night. We met more people across dinner and enjoyed our plates of baked vegetables, gnocci, cheese platter, vino and tiramisu. It was a beautiful way to wrap up my stay in Venice. Next stop, ...

The Venezia Labyrinth

A travel blog entry by tonezf


... facades of the buildings are weathered and the shutters over the windows of some buildings remain closed. Real estate in this city is extremely expensive and more and more people are leaving. People hang their washing on lines high over top of the canals. They must have good faith in their pegs. The many canals are dotted with gondolas and boats and even a man doing a wee bit of forward-rowing sport. Whichever way you ...

Cruising the canals and getting lost in Venice

A travel blog entry by ssmalley


The highlight for me today was definitely the gondola ride along the Venetian canals. Each gondola seats six people, and I shared with Kate, Vicki, Viesh, Richelle and Matt. Our gondolier was very chatty, mostly with the other gondoliers who were out and about, but did point out a few things to us along the way including the green on the canal walls that indicates the fluctuation in water level, a statue of the last Doges (see explanation below), and ...


A travel blog entry by noyelles


... ghetto between sunset & sunrise. The community was freed of these restrictions by Napoleon but they were reimposed & final freedom only came when Italy became a nation in the 1860s. It grew to about 5,000 but is now about 400 & during the war about 250 people were deported in 1943 & 44. The remainder had fled the area & were sheltered by Italians in the surrounding countryside.

From here we went to the Grand Canal & took a boat to St ...

Last day in Italy

A travel blog entry by sugottfried

... etc), visit the St Mark's Basilica, figure out the elaborate public transport system (water boats), take a gondola ride, and visit St Giorgio island and climb the belfry tower to get a bird's eye view of Venice. We also ventured into the tradtional Venetian neighborhood, devoid of tourists, who absolutely overrun Venice. We saw some seemingly traditional Murano glass shops, beautiful clothes, glves, scarves, jewelry, tapestries, and tons ...

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This inn, located on 560 Via Galuppi , Venice, is near Torcello Island, San Francesco del Deserto, Burano, and Museo dell'Estuario di Torcello.
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