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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alveri Venice
A very nice hotel but the location is in a very bad area surrounded by railway tracks and factories. Getting around is not easy and if you do not have a car you will find it extremely difficult. The hotel does have a shuttle service and they did go out of their way to help us, but even finding food was not that easy.
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Travel Blogs from Venice
After leaving Innsbruck we joined the Brenner Pass to Venice. The Pass is one of the most important North-South passes in Europe and links Austria and Italy. The road is built in the same area that was used by the Romans when they traveled between Venice and Munich. What really amazed us during this three and a half hour journey was that every …
... Lots of lovely buildings to look at as well like St Mark's Basilica which we didn't go in as the line was too long but the outside was very nice. This was our last city in Italy so made sure to eat a final pizza and gelato! In the evening we had a meal at a Venetian restaurant with musicians and NINE courses - I only made it to ...
... was a cute island and had many shops lining the sidewalks along the canals. We had fun checking out all the lace and scarves. We got back to Venice in the early evening and walked around St. Mark's square for awhile. We went back to the B & B to wash up a bit before going to dinner. We ate at Trattoria da Bepi, recommended by Rick Steves. We sat near the front door and as we waited for our food, two other couples came in, ...
... Gabriele picked a place where he said there seemed to be a lot of locals, but I didn't know the difference. From lunch we headed to Ca D'Oro, an old palace that used to be covered in gold. Now it was just an art museum with nothing making it seem like a palace at all. We walked through before heading to the Church of Madonna Dell'Orto. On the way there we stopped into a really pretty church and then encountered a bunch of extras, dressed in olden day garb, walking around for a ...
... interest were
the rows of brightly coloured houses. Apparently, the reason behind the
different colours was to enable the fisherman to identify their own
homes from out at sea and so head back in the right direction. Together
with all the lovely flowers in the window boxes, the colours make for
very pretty streets.
The next boat took us to Lido where the
town's beaches are located. ...