Hotel Santo Stefano

Address: Campo S. Stefano San Marco 2957, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | 4 star inn
 
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      Ciao Venice!

      A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 14, 2014

      Had a fabulous day in Venice today - definitely a highlight of the tour so far. It was so beautiful. Easily the biggest maze I've ever had to navigate my way around, but in a good group of girls it is much easier, and good fun. We had a bit of a walking tour to get our bearings before going to a murano glass factory. We watched a man create this Ferrari horse from a blob of glass just using some pliers in a matter of seconds. I've never seen anything like it. ...

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      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Aug 23, 2014

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      ... happen. Clothes cleaned just fine for 8 euros! (about $10 US). Brought the clothes back and were very creative in hanging them out to dry!

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      Day 10 - Onto Italy! Venice

      A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... but I got confused and opened the door to the room on the floor directly below us. A very surprised young couple in bed jumped up very startled when I opened the door. I quickly shut the door and am hoping not to run into them tomorrow in the hallway. Venice is hard to describe. One of a kind. Very old city that was very rich and powerful years ago. There are a million little streets that curve everywhere. It is impossible to NOT get lost. I love to use maps, but I had to give up ...

      Day 3: Travel

      A travel blog entry by jmaestri on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... as I arrived. I scouted out the vending machines at the school and bought a bottle of water. I also met a man who is from Austria and we conversed in broken Italian. He also begins school tomorrow. My room is on the 3rd floor and has some beautiful views and a very nice breeze off of the water. Thank God for the breeze because there is no air conditioning here. For dinner I walked through a boatyard to a quaint little restaurant ...

      Gondoliers

      A travel blog entry by lesliel on Jun 18, 2013

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      ... apartment in the water is a million euro to start. We cruised along the fronts of palaces that are home to royals. Don't ask me who as I do not know. You could see in the windows and there was gold fixtures and frescos painted on the ceilings. Something you don't see everyday. I know it's raining back home and everyone could use a little sunshine but it is sickening hot here. Today was 37 degrees and tomorrow is forecasted for 42. There aren't any pools or areas to get away ...