Hotel Adua

Address: Cannaregio 233/A, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Venice

        And onto Venice!

        A travel blog entry by jacquidaly on Oct 21, 2015

        2 comments, 3 photos

        ... to where we thought we were. After our meal (pizza and salad) we bravely continued with our exploring, even though it was dark and we didn't really know where we were. They say you should get lost in Venice at least once, we have now ticked that off our list. Actually, we weren't that lost, we managed to find our way back to our hovel, I mean hotel with minimum wrong turns. High fives all round ...

        Venice 02 – A tale of two t*tties!!

        A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Sep 19, 2014

        1 comment, 23 photos

        ... Canal. We took the budget option. Our trip cost €2 each!! This was the Traghetto. (Gondola Ferry) The trip literally transports you across the 50m wide Grand Canal. It is customary to stand whilst being transported. The ferry takes up to 20 persons and is steered by two Gondolieri. The journey (although I’m not sure if it qualifies to be called a ‘journey’!!) takes less than 3 minutes. Regardless of the amount of standing room, we ...

        It's all about the water

        A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 24, 2013

        50 photos

        ... back in September—I passed the shop where Sharon bought her son a fountain pen and the little restaurant where several of us ate lunch that day. And then out to St. Mark’s Square. The closer I got to the square the more people there were of course. Not as crowded as it was in September, perhaps, and certainly not hot at all. I walked past the Basilica (major restoration going on; lots of scaffolding that unfortunately hides much of the façade), ...

        Canal Drifting

        A travel blog entry by onourway on Aug 05, 2013

        6 photos

        ... so we could see it all again.

        The next day we visited Murano, famous for its glass. While you can purchase Murano glass throughout Italy, on the island you can tour the furnaces for free to see how it's actually made. We were prepared for the hard sell as soon as got off the water bus: furnace salesmen wait for tourists at the harbour and usher them immediately into their own furnaces and shops. We decided to stroll and browse the stores along Murano's ...

        Sights, sounds and smells

        A travel blog entry by dragonrider on Apr 23, 2013

        8 photos

        ... where we could buy tickets which of course was further down the path. By this time we realised we were not going to make our meet time of 3pm - the apartments owners had arranged for someone to meet us at a stop in Venice to take us to the apartment - so a quick phone call entailed. It was then we discovered that it was actually a 40min trip to get to our stop so instead of meeting him at 3pm we had to arrange to meet him at 4:30pm

        Back to the ride and my ...