Al Segnavento

Venice, Veneto, Italy | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Planes, Trains, and Gondolas

A travel blog entry by likakana82


... tired. We decide to head back toward home after disembarking the gondola. However, we did make a stop along the way at Bar Al Campanile. We had seen a large group drinking spritzs in the street earlier. Now, the bartender (if you call him that) had the spritzs all lined up and ready to go - which gave me pause. This place was right off St. Mark's Square and these drinks had been sitting for how long? How pricey is this terrible drink going to be?

A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

A travel blog entry by beccabaker6


... man screaming, “Silence!! No photos!!” which went on for the entirety of our stay in this room. We were released for some much-needed lunchtime, and I feasted away on pasta and wifi. I’m drawn to restaurants not because of food. Any institution that displays a free wifi sign has my heart and allegiance forever. After I Facebooked my heart out, we made our way towards the Spanish Steps, and subsequently, more gelato. We began our tour of imperial Rome, ...

Venice - day 13

A travel blog entry by jennydawson


... canal at night which was just stunning. It was hard without a tripod but I could rest my camera on the side of the bridges to stop the shaking which helped. We headed home about 10pm and along the way found half the Colombians which was funny because the translator was not there so we had to make do with garbled English and Spanish. My favourite couple was there, Roberto and Althie who had there 28th wedding anniversary that day. They have been together 33 ...


A travel blog entry by sarahgarb

... trip shopping! I convinced mum to buy the bag she looked at after we transferred her pounds to euro. She was cashed up, I had another look at those gorgeous shade grey zipped boots that I have been eyeing off since the day we arrived. I just anted to go in and feel them, I told them it was a quick way to form a quick emotional attachment to them! Wanted to take the mummies to the piazza that the kids and I found so they ...

Touring the island

A travel blog entry by italykimandtim


We continu to tour this amazing island We went on a walking tour, saw a church that was dedicated to Virgin Mary, the first church built in Venice was dedicated eventually to Pope John Paul the first, Marco Polo building, and so many more to name. We also saw the Palace of the Doges in the San Marco Plaza, the bell tower and the clock tower. Tim is loving the history here and well I am enjoying the various shops!!!! ...


This ranch, located in the San Marco area of Venice, is near Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), Campanile di San Marco, and A+A.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding