Villa Rizzi Albarea

Via Albarea 53, Venice, Veneto, 30030, Italy | Villa
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Beautiful Venice

A travel blog entry by deb.nicholls56


... not ready when we arrived around 10am, we walked to St Mark's Square to get some orientation, and then along the waterfront, before weaving our way back toward Camp St Maria Formosa, the square next to our hotel. We lunched in a great restaurant, Trattoria Agli Artisti, sharing pizza and wine. Our owner of the restaurant stood at the door way, 'touting’ for customers. We were seated at a table looking on to the laneway and kept ...

Switzerland, Germany and Italy

A travel blog entry by zazzyzara


... on our next public transport journey. This particular journey turned out to take 2 1/2hours, after the endless waiting for a bus that was never going to come, then a shuttle and a detour. As soon as we arrived at the BnB we were greeted by the owner who has been wonderful. He has been really helpful and recommend a lot to do in Venezia (old Venice on the lagoon). It is very beautiful here and filled with history, water and old buildings with loads of character. ...

Day 14: Venice

A travel blog entry by dilushani


... all, but it's just not enough for me.

I got back to the hostel and felt like I had to get out of here. I couldn't stay in Venice much longer. This small epiphany was giving me claustrophobia and I needed to go somewhere new. I was also feeling rather bored of Venice now. I booked a B&B for the following night back on mainland Italy and decided to give myself 4 days away before returning for the end of the Carnival.

Strolling the backstreets of Venice!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


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So here we are, a couple of Kiwis, keen to get on the water but not keen to part with 80 Euros! Well, for folk like us, there is something far more traditional - it is called the "traghetto" and it is the gondola that the Venetian commuters use to cross the Grand Canal. It is shaped like a gondola, but you stand in it....very still....all facing forwards - a great experience and only 2 Euro each! Then try taking a photo! Eventually we ...

More wandering around Venice

A travel blog entry by hannaharrison


... hand as they walked through the inches of water, happily snapping photos.

Ron and I decided we could not come to Venice and not have a coffee in the oldest coffee shop in the world that is still in operation. So the next morning we headed to Caffè Florian which opened in 1720 in Piazza San Marco, we sent the girls in search of gelatos as we were not sure if our budget would stretch for the girls to join us. We sat in one of ...


This villa, located in the Marco Polo Airport area of Venice, is near University of Padua.
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