Palazzo Zorzi

Castello 3404 /a, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Venice

A T-shirt merchant of Venice.

A travel blog entry by reynauld


... I like to admit. I also think the lack of green space bothers me. In a weird way it reminds me if inner city Sydney. Some parts are old and run down, some are old and renovated. Some are just old and decaying. At least all the little alleys are clean and eventually lead somewhere (I won't even start to describe Sydney alleys, but clean isn't a word that ever comes to mind). The shops are small hole in the wall affairs in the alleys, with little sense or order, ...

The Romantic Yet Smelly Venice

A travel blog entry by ckwalt


... A beer with dinner is just as expensive as you might find in Australia, but the alcohol in the supermarket is surprisingly cheap.  5. The supermarket in Venice is called Pam. Hehe 6.  While on supermarket topic, the price tags on the shelves are electronic. We thought this to be a great thing.  7.  On the streets of 'old' Venice are moveable raised paths for when the tide rises past it's normal height or floods. Apparently this happens rather regularly. ...

Day 8 Last day in Padova - Venetian Islands

A travel blog entry by virginia.pav

... on the fast train- - it took about 25mins to get to Venice instead of an hour which was unreal as a lot of the day had been wasted anyway in the phone shop. We arrived in Venice and purchased our boat tickets for the day- there appeared to be some delays with the boats because the day was so foggy and some of the boats were not running.   We took our chances anyway, purchased the tickets and hoped for the best. We hopped on the ...

Murano and More Meandering

A travel blog entry by andbrown


... what was in the showroom and then left the factory. We could get a free taxi ride back to the hotel, but decided to wander around Murano for a bit on our own.

The factory appeared to be in the back alleys of Murano. It took us a bit of walking down empty streets before we came across the canal which was lined with stores and restaurants. We explored the stores for a while and Amanda found an earring and necklace set that she liked. There are ...

Venice: Overcrowded, overpriced, overrated!

A travel blog entry by loubea


... small exhibitions & one by a New Zealand Artist, Bill Culbert. His exhibition was called "Front Door Out Back", & his medium was fluorescent lights and ordinary household stuff! His show was described as "austere, poetic & challenging in a way that invites us to revalue familiar things & focus our perceptions" I can actually see what he is trying to point out and it is clear that what one calls art is a very personal thing!!!! That night we called into Marco ...


This inn, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near San Zaccaria, Campo San Zaccaria, Arsenale, and Museo Querini Stampalia.
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