Ca Mazzega

Address: Fondamenta Venier 30, Venice, Veneto, 30141, Italy | Villa
 
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      Venice in Pictures No. 1

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 31, 2014

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      Venice is a cluster of islands. There are no roads in which means the only way to get on the island(s) is by boat. Since before the Greeks in 500 BC, Venice was a major port with natural fllat land all around which eliminated having to expand up a mountain side as is true of so many natural harbors. And its natural island configuration provided a natural defense from inland aggressors. Today its port is mostly a home ...

      Venice

      A travel blog entry by megangruber on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... more than a few hours of sleep, fantastic.

      The next day was more of a relaxed day. We would walk for a while, then find a café to sit, have a pastry or coffee, and write in our journals, write postcards, talk, and just relax. At one point we found the train station we arrived in Venice at. We tried roasted chestnuts, I am glad I tried them but would not get them again. That night we ate at a seafood restaurant, who the owner was a ...

      Florence to Venice by train

      A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 30, 2014

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      Last morning in Florence and amazingly at breakfast we discovered that there were two other couples from Beaumaris all staying in our hotel, both of whom live within a block from us! It's a small, small world! Mid morning we caught the train to Venice and a beautiful train it was. We have been very impressed with the punctuality, speed and cleanliness of the trains and the fact ...

      Monaco - Venice

      A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 14, 2014

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      Day started with a sleep through the alarm, a loss of four shower tokens in the dud machine we all kept going to and a departure time of 8.. Turning into 9ish something, all on aid of beating the traffic back to Monaco. We were in luck though the masses hadn't arrived, got some sweet pics as tranny did the roundabout in front of the Monte Carlo casino a being told several times to stop by the policeman - never got around to ticketing is though haha! We took off around the ...

      Floating around in Venice

      A travel blog entry by goseedokids on Jun 15, 2014

      14 photos

      ... glass factories on Murano island were closed on Sundays (mind you, i think they are closed on Saturdays too - so going the day earlier may not have helped).

      We parked the car at Trochetto, and bought the 12 hour water bus pass. This was 18euro each, but it meant less walking for Haze and Keith, and got us out to Murano Island and a grand canal ride. St Marks Basilica only opened between 2 and 5pm on Sundays too, so we went out to Murano to check out the ...