Ca' Alexander

Castello 1966, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | B&B
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Venetian Beauty Unmasked

A travel blog entry by serafina2


... is barely five minutes from the train station and surrounded by a small, affordable shopping area. There's lots of street venders around, too. From here, we shopped a little bit, then checked into the hotel and unloaded all our things. Most of us thought it was a little sketchy at first, but when we came back later, we were a lot more relaxed about it. After checking in, we went to lunch down the street, then walked our way to San Marco, this huge square with a church and ...

Walk to the gardens

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... this is a collection of art/culture related programs and exhibits), which began in August and runs through mid-November.

From the gardens, I walked back along Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, the “heart of working-class Castello,” and over to the front of the Arsenale (dockyard with an impressive 15th century castle-like wall and archway at its entrance) and past the church of San Martino. The church has one of the now-rare ...

Brilliant place to start the holiday

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4


... a while, well I say 'we' I got Niomi to stand in the shade because it was midday and she melts in the sun.

Niomi had to wrap herself up in the cathedral which she wasn't too happy about because she was so hot, luckily I bought her a fan before we came out to Italy because I know she struggles with the hear. The cathedral was impressive inside and out. We were glad we had the chance of looking around and appreciate the architecture.

We then headed ...

Venice: City Above (and Apparently Below) Water

A travel blog entry by emmyw4


... a long afternoon we met up with the rest of our group and headed toward a restaurant for dinner. Although we had been wearing jackets and using umbrellas, we were thoroughly soaked; the restaurant was warm, but we were still uncomfortable in our wet clothes. On the way out a nice man at the restaurant handed us our umbrellas, and we bravely ventured out into the rain.

Or almost. As I was walking to catch up with my group, I heard the waiter call out, "Hey, ...

Florence to Venice

A travel blog entry by arnies


... asks Long Service what? It seems Australia is one of the few nations on earth that has it, so we feel very privileged. We had heard that Venice was flooded and that there would be a train strike, which would stop all Italian trains from 2 to 6pm today, so we headed off on the 11.25 am train to Venice. First class - Eurail first class tickets were virtually the same price as second class, so why not? An uneventful and quick trip. The ...

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This B&B, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Arsenale, San Zaccaria, Campo San Zaccaria, and Alice in Wonderland Fine Arts Gallery.
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