Alloggi Marinella

Sestiere Santa Croce 345, Venice, Veneto, 30135, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Santa Croce area of Venice, is near Campo Santa Margherita, Scuola Grande Dei Carmini, Palazzo Pisani Moretta, and Atelier Pietro Longhi.
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    Travel Blogs from Venice

    Glass blowing, sighs, laundry & bi-valves

    A travel blog entry by mflieller on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... Rick Steve's had referred us, Trattoria da Bepi. It did not disappoint. We were the first customers there at 7pm sharp, so we had plenty of attention, which slowly dwindled as the place filled up and there were only two waitstaff and two cooks. The waiters were even setting up new tables and umbrellas outside down the alleyway!!! We ordered scallops for an appetizer, which unfortunately the kids LIKED!!! I was hoping for their castaways. ...

    Venice in a day..... I think NOT!!

    A travel blog entry by kathyducker on Jul 13, 2014

    ... the train strike so planned an evening Mass in Bologna. Saw as much of the basilica as we were able. It was difficult to get in as it must have been high tide and the square was full of water so we had to travel single file. A beautiful mosaic tiled basilica. Amazing at how small the tiles are. We then followed Brent up alley ways to find the gelato shop recommended by lonely planet. It was nice but nothing spectacular and the lady was nowhere as ...

    Goodbye from a Gondola

    A travel blog entry by serafina2 on May 29, 2014

    12 photos

    ... gondola is independently owned, though it is part of a larger company of about 30-40 gondolas. Also, Venice was built by a group that was not very well liked by the mainland Italians, so they were sent to this marshy land, which became Venice. They had to build the entire city on marshy land, which was super hard! It was a great day, and a great way to spend our last day. We had a lot of fun, and I can definitely say, I'll miss this place a lot. Not just Venice, but Italy as a ...

    Nothing much

    A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 27, 2013

    12 photos

    ... be good, forcing you to plan out rubbish-producing projects, for example—ha! I know it looks and smells much cleaner here than it did in Florence and certainly than it did in Rome. With all of these very narrow passageways, it could get pretty messy and smelly if anything was left out. Sometimes, in the morning, I would see the garbage collectors, pushing ...

    Waterfun

    A travel blog entry by royle on Jun 24, 2013

    44 photos

    ... the palace is non-existant unlike yesterday when there where two huge cruise ships docked.
    The palace is much the same as any other but with a larger selection of weapons than anywhere else we'de ever visited. the various apartments were sparcely furnished with items having been relocated to the museums or stolen by Napoleon and put in the Louvre, however it is an obligatory part of the Venice tour. We did find out that ...