Hotel Luna a Venezia

Cannaregio 2316 , Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hotel
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Arrivederci Venezia

A travel blog entry by brendasjoy


... boy's bright, neatly pressed purple dress shirt. I just had to stand a bit away from the desk as his Italian came literally spitting out. In the end Mr Dante suggested I go to the Police, as it was just as likely to be turned in there. So I got to learn another part of town and how it connects to every place, as every place eventually connects through that one small tunnel of an alley ...

My stay in Venice

A travel blog entry by minecraftman


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Germany, Lichtenstein, Switzerland and Venice

A travel blog entry by evanbelldvm

... the corner (have to anyways, don't wait in line for them to tell you so) then you can skip the line with your bag ticket. Felt good walking in front of 200 people and not waiting :) Burano was the coolest island by far. While lace is pretty dull, the buildings are all painted cool colours and the island is really beautiful. Murano has the coolness of glass blowing performances but the island is a little more run down. Both are worth a visit. Currently at the airport off to Naples! ...

It's The Titanic

A travel blog entry by sorialsights


... Too much spaghetti and he outgrows the balance of the gondola. Engineered to swing to the right this allows the gondolier to stand with one paddle always on the right side of the gondola from which they mange to skilfully maneuver those 11m craft with great precision down narrow canals and under the lowest of bridges. Although all gondoliers are generally men there is on female well known amongst the tour guides. Her name is Jane and she is an ...

Scenic motorways to Venice

A travel blog entry by redwatt


... square, admiring the fresco on the basilica which tells the story of how it became a basilica (apparently Italian towns like to have their own patron saint and Venice had decided on St Mark. For a church to become a basilica it needs to have the relics of a saint, and Venice didn't have any but they knew where there were some, so they sent some people off to obtain them. They hid the relics under pork and pork bones to repel the authorities and brought them to ...


This hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Jewish Ghetto and Museum (Ghetto Ebraico di Venezia), Campo del Ghetto, and Ca' Vendramin Calergi.
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