Dimora Marciana

San Marco, Venice, Veneto, 1604 , Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Venice

It's all about the water

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

... to me at the time, and of course get out on the water every day. The No. 1 waterbus goes all along the Grand Canal, out to the island of Lido, and back.

When I first boarded I got a seat inside by the window but it’s still not great for seeing everything and definitely not for taking photos. The window only opens maybe 6 inches (barely enough to fit the camera through while you’re taking a shot) and the rest of the window has a sort-of screen ...

Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures


... The gondolas and boats in the canals solidified my mental image of Venice. I enjoyed window shopping and diving into the Italian bookstores looking for the most random book I could find. “Serial Killers of Venice” was the first book I saw. Mission accomplished on the randomness endeavor. The food looked delicious. I gained back all of the weight I lost prior to the trip in one day. But, eating at the ...

Venice did not disappoint!!!

A travel blog entry by mombeau66


... Casanova. Everywhere you looked there were beautiful masks for sale, Venice is known for its masquerade parties. Many homes had mascarpone over the windows to ward off bad spirits which they believe they have many. My favourite part of the day was our Gondola ride. Beau asked our gondolier to sing but he teased that was only in movies. Touring Venice from the water was a fantastic perspective of the city. The Gondolier shared ...

Food Markets in Venice

A travel blog entry by hannaharrison


... have loved to bought some seafood but our apartment had a typical small Venetian kitchen, the kitchen and dining room was smaller than our kitchen area at home. The dining room table sat 3 comfortably, but it did not leave much room for the person cooking. Since it was our last night of our big adventure we thought this was a good excuse to eat out for lunch and dinner.

Most of the restaurants in Venice served seafood of some kind, the more touristy ones would have a ...

An Easy Day in Venice

A travel blog entry by mickq1


... and Helena for a quick chat prior to finding the Dali exhibition behind the Doges Palace. Some great works from Dali and looking around the St Mark's shops, it is clear that Dali is impacting the local artisans. We finally get back to the apartment for some pasta dinner.
Matt settles into the green room with the ...

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This inn, located in the San Marco area of Venice, is near Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale) and Campanile di San Marco.
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