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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby Ewri » Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:17 pm

GWR7007, Are you spending your Malta notes in Venice?

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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby claudio vda » Wed Oct 16, 2013 8:25 am

Ewri wrote:GWR7007, Are you spending your Malta notes in Venice?


Uhm.... it looks like a dry spell :roll:
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby GWR7007 » Wed Oct 16, 2013 12:39 pm

Ewri wrote:GWR7007, Are you spending your Malta notes in Venice?

Probably not, why? I intended to spend them in Germany, but let's see. I'll read your arguments for spending them in Venice, and then I'll decide :wink: . But probably, I'll leave them at home. Especially, as it's money for my end-exams party I am responsible for. I just took some notes (old :note-5: ) to Malta to extend their life expectancy, not to travel around with them ( :note-10: in exchange).
As you might see, if you look at my profile, you'll see that I'm 17 years old, and the trip to Venice is with my family, so visiting banks won't be on the agenda, but more sightseeing and other things you do as tourists. And my parents don't know about my changing actions on Malta... another negative point of it :roll: . I am happy, that they keep every note they get to let me enter it on EBT but bank changing tours or spending the Malta notes would be too much, I'm afraid :( .

Anyway, if anyone of you knows good sightseeing attractions in Venice that are a visit worth ("value for money" localities, museums you must have visited, etc.), please tell me. It'll only be a short stay (Wednesday (arrival, 23.10) to Saturday (26.10.; early departure, so not really a day that counts), so we cannot visit everything.
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby sen-chuan » Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:10 am

Ehm... Venice is quite expensive.
The first thing to visit is St. Mark's square with all these monuments to visit:
    inside the basilica: Pala d'Oro = € 5.00/6.00 pro Person
    inside the basilica: Treasure of St. Mark = € 3.00 p.P.
    Campanile of San Marco = € 8,00 p.P.
    Palazzo Ducale = € 13.00 p.P.
    Torre dell'Orologlio = € 12.50 p.P.

Other attractions are outside the basilica and campanile, as loggetta of Campanile or Procuratie. Please take note that there would be a queue to visit everything, so it will take several hours to see the entire square.

DO NOT TAKE COFFE TEA OR ICE-CREAM IN ST. MARK'S SQUARE because it is very, very very very expensive! BUT if you and your family would like to join the experience to sit and taste a cup of good caffè in the most beautiful square of the world, well, it is your choice. In this case I suggest Caffè Florian or Caffè Quadri.
For young people I suggest to visit Hard Rock Cafè, few minutes walk rightside from Procuratie. Anyway McDonald's is on the way to reach the Rialto Bridge.

Islands: Burano, Murano, Torcello: with public-transportation-boat (ACTV) single ticket (€12,00 p.P.) you can visit all the islands of the Venetian Lagoon in 12 hours. I suggest to visit only these ones, because the most popular. Otherwise € 20 p.P. for a 24-hours ticket.

Anything else? Any museum? Any church? Any island? It is your own choice, because there is too much to see and only two days at your disposal...

Let me know if you want some help. Ciao.

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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby GWR7007 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:51 am

sen-chuan wrote:Ehm... Venice is quite expensive.

I am aware of the fact that Venice is not very cheap (but other European cities are expensive as well) But as we didn't go on summer holiday, the budget can be (partially) spent in Venice. And if the money my parents will take from home is not enough, I'd be the last to prevent them from going to an ATM.
sen-chuan wrote:Anything else? Any museum? Any church? Any island? It is your own choice, because there is too much to see and only two days at your disposal...

Thanks a lot for the information you gave me.
Maybe you could tell me whether you know any museums and churches a tourist should have seen. As there isn't anything planned yet, several options wouldn't be bad. Additionally, you don't have to rely on good weather and you can be flexible, if a queue should be too long.
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby claudio vda » Fri Oct 18, 2013 2:13 pm

The inner of St.Mark's basilica is really beautiful, I deeply suggest it to you.
And also the island of Torcello is a great place: I deeply recomand it to you ;)

By the way, another good thing to do in Venice is... just walking between little streets (sing: calle, plur: calli) and channels (sing: rio, plur: rii) enjoyng the views.
A typical walk is the area of Rialto.
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby sen-chuan » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:00 pm

As Claudio said, walking between the calli you'll pass many churches: just stop and open the doors, perhaps you can visit and could see sculptures and artworks inside them.

Museums: in St. Mark's square there 's the Doge's Palace with visit to the Bridge of Sighs from inside, Museo Correr and Biblioteca Marciana (Library). As I can read from web site:

A single ticket valid for the Doge’s Palace and the combined itinerary of Museo Correr, Museo Archeologico Nazionale and Monumental Rooms of the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana.
This ticket is valid for 3 months and grants one single admission to the Doge’s Palace and the combined itinerary.
Full price Ticket: 16,00 euro


At the island of Murano I suggest the Glass Museum (€ 8,00).

Remember to ask Family or Student's fare for saving your budget!


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Postby Jackgaillard » Thu Feb 06, 2014 8:07 am

Hello from :flag-fr:
i'm working on International Mario Draghi's BINGO viewtopic.php?f=34&t=46290 an ask a question about :note-5: S/S europe series
we found only S001, S002, S003 and S006
what about S004 + S005 ?
aren't they available in italy ?
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby presidente » Thu Feb 06, 2014 12:50 pm

Jackgaillard wrote:Hello from :fla-g-fr:
i'm working on International Mario Draghi's BINGO viewtopic.php?f=34&t=46290 an ask a question about :note-5: S/S europe series
we found only S001, S002, S003 and S006
what about S004 + S005 ?
aren't they available in italy ?

I don't have notice of S004 or S005 new series

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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby ernanna » Sun Feb 16, 2014 12:32 pm

presidente wrote:
Jackgaillard wrote:Hello from :flag-fr:
i'm working on International Mario Draghi's BINGO viewtopic.php?f=34&t=46290 an ask a question about :note-5: S/S europe series
we found only S001, S002, S003 and S006
what about S004 + S005 ?
aren't they available in italy ?

I don't have notice of S004 or S005 new series

Me too, only S001/2/3/6
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby Jackgaillard » Fri May 09, 2014 10:00 pm

Italian people are in ireland and Dublin
Me too
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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby mico » Fri May 09, 2014 10:59 pm

Jackgaillard wrote:Italian people are in ireland and Dublin
Me too
Welcome

I wish you a nice staying in Dublin with :flag-ie: banknotes and :flag-it: people, Jack
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International Mario DRAGHI'S BINGO updated 18/06/14

Postby Jackgaillard » Sat Jun 21, 2014 9:33 am

hello
the rankings are updated every week by jackgaillard

45 persons of :flag-de: :flag-nl: :flag-it: :flag-be: :flag-es: :flag-si: :flag-fr: Image Image Image :flag-pt: :flag-ie: has already entered the game

differents rankings for instance
all notes BINGO / 135
leader :flag-es: Seltaeb : 102 / 135

:note-5: Europa BINGO /31
leader : :flag-de: MaxVR : 29 / 31

New
combination BINGO / 30
leader :flag-es: Seltaeb 26/30


and so on
it's not too late to enter clic here and post your stats

NB: this topic can easily be closed after e few days (thank for not deleting)

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Re: Comments from/to non-Italian forumers

Postby Wechsler » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:20 am

@ PaoloFaulkner

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