Bed & Breakfast Ca' Noemi
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Bed & Breakfast Ca' Noemi Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
Today we spent the entire day in Venice. We took a train for 1 hour from Castelfranco to Venice, arrived in the city at 10am and walked the city streets until 6pm. There is so much to see and do in Venice that it is impossible to experience the whole city in one day. We decided to walk along the narrow pathways and cross as many canal bridges as possible along the way. Of course ...
... This is probably the busiest time of the cruise for them when passengers are checking their final bill only to query an odd €2 debit they can’t account for!! Today we are in search of the lesser known Scala Continari del Bovolo. It lies about 10 minutes from St Mark’s Square so we have a few choices. Either take the people mover back to Piazzala Roma and from there walk to our destination. This would probably take about 1 ½ hours or we could take ...
... hands that acted like a lubricant.!
Our Gondolier (who must see this **** like every day) said congratulations and even stayed in the gondola to pose with us for the photo reenactment.
I bet none of you guys realized what a sweet heart I can be. Well it doesn’t stop there because after we got onto sturdy shores we tried to find somewhere to sit down but there was no where. Shock and disbelief still on Brionys face and more than one or two ...
... to the airport.
Got a few last pics of Venice before leaving the island.
Venice's Marco Polo airport is small. We arrived at the airport at 11am, the flight leaves for Dusseldorf at 2:25. The security line is very long but we can't go thru yet as we need to check in first, but it's too early for that.
The security line was minimal once we ...
... to Portofino through winding narrow roads. Some parts of the road, the bus had to stop to wait for the opposing traffic to clear. At the blind curves, the bus driver had to blow air horn to warn oncoming motorists. Finally we arrived at Portofino at the tip of the peninsula, with its clear water, colorful buildings, shops and restaurants. We hiked up to the castle, church, tower and lighthouse. Fantastic and dramatic ...