Palazzo Zorzi

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

Falling in Love Again

A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Sep 14, 2014

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... we had to be back at the convent before 11:00 and that didn't allow time to ride the boat for night viewing of all the hundreds of lights that turn Venice into a magical place. Had to be satisfied with a walking tour and a few bridges. Oh well . . Hard to fit everything into a day and a half . . .

A perfect day and a half in Venice! 15,000 steps, according to Barbara's pedometer! On to the Dolomites!

Thought for the day. "If not now - ...


A travel blog entry by kirag on Aug 12, 2014

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... We arrived Venice and had to figure out how to get to my sister's accommodation. We had to catch a bus then a ferry then learnt later on it would've been cheaper to get the return ferry. Our ferry dropped us off at beautiful Rialto bridge, however I was just so eager to see my sister again. We finally found her place but of course she wasn't there, she was off enjoying Italian coffee. Eventually we found her and then ...

Bike, Boat, and Hike taly

A travel blog entry by dritz4 on May 14, 2014

... rare beef with mixed grilled or sauted veggies, and apple custard with vanilla ice cream was served at 7:00 as usual. After dinner, it was still raining but we took a stroll anyway to check out the village, stopping at a British pub near the bridge. Some folks from our group, including our guide, were already there drinking beer and playing darts.

5-1: It's a long 46 km from Zelo to Governolo where our boat ...

Florence to Venice via Verona

A travel blog entry by funinitaly on Apr 19, 2014

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... was ancient and picturesque (above all the heads!), then on to the supposed place Shakespeare used as a setting for Romeo and Juliet. Wow – what a crowded place. Lovers from all over the world come to write messages on the wall – they replace the white board very regularly and add their lock to the gates adjacent to Juliet's statue, which stands beneath the legendary balcony. Others molest the bronzed breast of the Juliet statue in the name ...

The Breathtaking Puddle Called Venice

A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 19, 2013

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Venice began on land so undesirable that even the barbarians didn't want to invade it. That is why the Venetians settled here.

The Captain told us to be on deck for the views as we arrived in Venice, and it's too bad every passenger heard that. We couldn't get to the bow, but we hung out on the starboard side top deck as we passed through the lagoon. It's a beautiful city, and our small cruise ship towered over it.

I've been looking at this ...

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