Palazzo Schiavoni

Address: Via Castello 3288 , Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Arsenale, Campo San Zaccaria, San Zaccaria, and San Giorgio degli Schiavoni.
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    Travel Blogs from Venice

    The Venice Biennale (My Head Still Hurts)

    A travel blog entry by sarah.birnbaum on Jul 10, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... turns reading from Das Kapital. It wasn’t even a dramatic reading! Though I have no idea what a dramatic reading of Das Kapital would look like.

  • An Argentinian artist stacked up thousands of bricks. And sold the bricks for 10 euros a pop. The bricks were stamped with the Chinese characters for "Don’t ever work" (but of course you’re working by hauling bricks around Venice.)
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  • Sightseeing in Venice

    A travel blog entry by thestrongfamily on Dec 28, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... out the square was packed and the queues were building. Went into the Basilica, which as a church is free to enter, however they charge varying amounts to go into different areas which we didn't bother with. Callum was naive enough to comment that he thought the church was a not for profit organisation - ha!
    Then had a long wander through lots of alleys, over bridges and through lovely little open squares until we found the famous Rialto Mercato. ...

    Venice did not disappoint!!!

    A travel blog entry by mombeau66 on Aug 15, 2013

    17 photos

    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by emilytunks on Jun 20, 2013

    18 photos

    ... and we only went up like 3 alley ways then rushed off. The boat guy didn't sing or interact with us but instead had a full on conversation with the guy steering the Gondola in front of us. I dunno, it wasn't fun for me it was a very touristy impersonal thing and I didn't feel "wowed" by it. It was good to experience it though and see a tiny bit of the city by ...

    The Road (or Train) to Venice

    A travel blog entry by juliecklein on May 11, 2012

    7 photos

    ... hours (in Roman Numerals) and the minutes (in Arabic Numerals) which changes every five minutes (although this feature was only added in the mid 1800s). On top there are two statues who strike the bells on the hour. The clock also contains an analog clock face that shows the hour of the day and the position of the sun in the zodiac and the phase of the moon. This was perhaps the single most impressive site of our stay in_Venice.

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