Bed and Breakfast Corte Campana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBed and Breakfast Corte Campana Venice
We had a great stay at this place. It even had air-conditioning! After a long, hot day of touring, it was great t come back to a cool room!! Riccardo and Grace were very enthusiastic and helpful. They let us borrow a bathroom scale to make sure our bags were below weight when we flew out.
This place is close to St. Mark's Square, but far enough away to be removed from the crowds. If we come back to Venice, we will definitely stay here. I will recommend this to anyone I know who is traveling to Venice!
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... finish) on the same place as the ancient athletes ! How cool is that ? The small museum houses statues and relics found thus far. We had some time to spare before the last train back so we dined alfresco in a vine covered taverna where Bec enjoyed Baklava and Ken, lamb gyros (Yiros), washed down with local wine. "Grease" was definitely the word for this meal !
On our return to Katakolon, we had enough time to explore and shop here before "all aboard".
... something wrapped in paper that they held in their hands. It turned out to be Pizza they were holding and when we got a closer look at the pies in their window it quickly became a must have. And WOW, so so good. Greasy with goodness, the pepperoni pizza slice we shared was one of the food headliners on our visit to Venice.
We finally made it to Rialto Bridge and then market place. It was unique among the bridges in Venice due to the shops ...
... which was an event in itself going over a huge bridge with floating islands all around us) and genuinely couldn’t believe how beautiful everything was when we stepped off the platform.
Venice is kind of like a fantasy island - even the sky and the clouds look like they have been specially designed for the place. Almost every single building is stunning to look at and the water in the canals has a kind of lagoon-esque quality to it. To be honest I think we both fell ...
... right through to thoroughly modern pieces. Definitely worth a visit, and don't miss the quiet, green garden out the back.
Murano was a holiday destination from Venice in the 15th-18th centuries, with the 'country' houses of many wealthy Venetians located here, and Xander's guidebook directed us to the Vivarini Bridge where we could get a good view of one such house, the Da Mula Palazzo (which is even older - 12th-13th ...
... do a walkabout of the area around our hotel. We haven't been to Venice in 26 years, and from first appearances nothing much seems to have changed. However there does appear to be a lot more tourists around, and we discover that a series of the Americas Cup is being staged in Venice this week. We manage to see a number of the yachts practicing along the waterway in front of our hotel. It's quite a majestic sight. The other change ...