On the outskirts of Venice Italy is the island of Lido di Venezia. The whole island has a beach town feel that is so different from the heart of Venice. The beaches are packed in the summer but in the off-season they are quiet and great for dogs! There is a sign for the dog beach and dog beach rules but we noticed a lot of Venetians were walking their dogs along the entire beach area. Since there are hardly any people on the beach this time of year it wasn't a problem. The beach is covered in
This is a tour of our apartment in Venice, Italy. We stayed in an Airbnb on Lido di Venezia. It was an easy vaporetto ride to the island which is on the outskirts of Venice, Italy. We wanted to be close to the beach and this apartment is right across the street from the beach. James the Poodle can ride on the vaporetti because they are dog friendly. And the beaches on Lido di Venezia are dog friendly, too!
Since we are on a long-term travel adventure, we prefer to stay at apartments instead
I found a great story this morning on Daily Mail. It was about a couple named Debbie (she is 62) and Michael (he is 72) that sold all of their belongings except for a small storage unit of stuff and decided to travel the world. As of March 2018, they have stayed in 178 Airbnbs!
Here is the article on Daily Mail.
And here is Debbie and Michael's blog called The Senior Nomads.
They gave a talk at an Airbnb conference back in 2013 and it was fun to see some of the front doors to their Airbnbs!