TripAdvisor Reviews Le Colombelle Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... to play in the sports activity in the 5 to 9 year kids group on the ship. It turns out this was…..wait for it….soccer. So he headed with the group back upstairs to the sports area to play soccer. Hilary, Beth and I spent the afternoon taking turns lounging the lounge chairs, swimming in the pool, wandering the halls and reading. All in all it was a nice relaxing day and a good change from the first part of the trip. ...
... fifth and sixth centuries as wooden houses on marshy islands. The inhabitants, the first Venetians, moved there to escape the marauding barbarians from the north who were hell-bent on overrunning the Roman Empire. Apparently, the invading pillage-and-plunder crew from the wasteland that is now northern Europe preferred to push on to cushier targets such as Florence and Rome rather than chase down a few swamp rats off the coast. Over time, these ...
... wandered back to the Piazza Roma, where the buses leave to the airport. Enjoying the last of the beautiful canals, mini bridges and cute shuttered buildings. This main thoroughfare was packed full of people. At every corner there was a souvenir stall. And every other shop still selling glass and masks. We had some amazing views of the Grand Canal from the Ponte degli Scalzi - and then leaving the canals behind - back by a road and wheeled-transportation! Sadly my ...
We woke up this morning to a blanket of snow and it still falling quite heavy.
Clint headed out to get breakfast while I showered & finished packing up the apartment.
The kids woke and were excited to see how much snow had fallen.
Dan did mention that as much as he loves the snow fights he doesn't look forward to the cold fingers. They don't have water proof gloves & so take theirs off to make snowballs!! :)
Clint came back empty handed which ...
... but then again I have to realize how lucky I am to be able to go to so many incredible places on this experience at the same time.
We found out our Canadian friends, Miranda and Daniel, would be in Rome the next day, as were we, so we said goodbye for the evening, got early rest and got onto our 8am bus the next day to one of the most historical cities in the world.
Stay tuned for my blog post about our visit to Rome!
Other places to stay in Venice
San Marco, Venice | 1 star hotelfrom $148
Dorsoduro, Venice | 2 star hotelfrom $166
Santa Croce, Venice | Hotelfrom $39
San Polo, Venice | Hotelfrom $157
Cannaregio, Venice | 2 star hotelfrom $68
Cannaregio, Venice | Hotelfrom $157
- Great place!!!
- What a great find!!!
- What a great little hotel!
Cannaregio, Venice | 2 star hotelfrom $103
Cannaregio, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $138
San Marco, Venice | Hotelfrom $321
Marco Polo Airport, Venice | Hotelfrom $49
Santa Croce, Venice | 3 star hotelfrom $127
San Marco 2814, Venice | Hotelfrom $415
Cannaregio 5704 / A, Venice | Hotelfrom $67