Al Segnavento

Address: Venice, Veneto, Italy | Ranch
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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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Travel Blogs from Venice

Venezia Day Two ( The Long Day)

A travel blog entry by fintravels on Jun 30, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

... going to "sue" the rail line or make a stink to get some money back, my response "no, they already apologized, and once we hit the alps it should be much colder". Shortly thereafter the train stops in the middle of nowhere, suddenly 3 train people come running to their cabin with looks of concern. Looking bewildered the conductor asks them why they pulled the emergency brake? So a very hot train got even hotter since we stopped again and had no air flowing. ...

How much can we do in one day?

A travel blog entry by levy2013 on May 18, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... private collection of Jackson and Charles Pollock - sensational art. Even worth the visit just to see the museum itself. View from the entrance to the canal is lovely just to hang out. Pitty we didn't have more time. Darren's navigation of the city has been amazing - for me I feel like it all looks the same - churches, streets, houses, but those who know me and my sense of direction should not be surprised!. Bridges, churches, restaurants and shops All gorgeous I really ...

Boats Boats & more Boats

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 14, 2014

... on the gondolas. A little way into the canal we saw the couple we were waiting for at the beginning they were very disappointed that they missed the cruise. We came out the other side after going under many bridges and around many buildings most of which were flooded on the first floor. We found ourselves back on the main canal and sailing back to the docks. I got off the boat feeling very relaxed and dazed. But with no time to relax we went back to the square to pick up some ...

Exploring the Adriatic Coast

A travel blog entry by carolewi on Apr 21, 2014

10 photos

... mountains there is a hinterland of hills and valleys where agriculture is carried out. Sheep, goats, a few dairy and beef cattle are farmed there. As with Dubrovnik, fruit trees are scattered across the city - ripe oranges, lemons, figs and pomegranates are evident. Wandering around the town we find tiny hidden narrow streetscapes which lead to homes. The streets have many steps, all of which have been freshly washed so that the stone paving is gleaming. Each door has ...

Vitruvian Man

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 20, 2013

8 photos

... Vitruvian Man were on display since 1980. Wow, were we lucky or what to see the real drawing – the real Vitruvian Man drawn in 1490 – not just a representation or copy. FANTASTIC! Here’s a link to see more about this renowned Da Vinci drawing: 2e.html Quickly, let's go to the Rialto Bridge. The Rialto ...