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[18 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Jesolo – The best clubs for your summer parties

If Venice seems like a ghost city by night, head straight to the beach resort of Jesolo Lido, just before the sun goes down, to dance the night away.
The nights here in Jesolo start at sunset, all along the seafront and the endless promenade, where bars get quickly crowded for the first aperitifs of the night, spritz is a must. These are the places to hit for a fab night out.

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[7 May 2010 | No Comment | ]
Venice WI-FI – Let’s stay connected

There was a time when surfing the net in the City of Water meant expensive hours wasted on an Internet café.
Nowadays many accommodations in Venice, if not all, offer WI-FI access to guests, sometimes even FREE, in the comforts of their rooms but the city is taking a step further with Digital Citizenship transforming Venice into a traveler-smart’s destination.
Venice just got fully wired which means travel geeks and not-so could now connect to many WI-FI spots around the city while on the move. That will enable them to stay connected …

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[10 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]
Veneto designer outlets: looking fabulous at rock-bottom prices

Veneto has not only countless historically and natural treasures but also hidden fashion secrets. It’s no new that Italy is home to legendary fashion brands, trendy fashion shows and upscale boutiques but, what you might not know, is that most of the fashion houses have outlet or discounted stores.
The most famous are probably the one for brands such Fendi, Prada, Gucci around Milan, the fashion capital, and Florence but Veneto is the headquarters for many renowned brands such Diesel, Replay, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and many more and therefore has a …

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[4 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
Let’s spritz!

What best than celebrate the start of our new virtual adventure than with a toast with a favorite, if not the one, aperitif in Veneto: the Spritz.

A late afternoon aperitivo, simple but stylish, slightly bitter but refreshing. There are several ways to make the spritz but basically is a mix of Prosecco (a typical bubbly white wine), with a touch of sparkling water, topped with Campari, Select or Aperol, some cubes of ice, a slice of lemon or orange and, for a flashier touch, a green olive.  
If you don’t …