Ca'Valeri

Address: Ramo Corazzieri 3845, Venice, Veneto, 30010, Italy | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Malamocco area of Venice, is near Arsenale, San Zaccaria, Campo San Zaccaria, and San Giorgio degli Schiavoni.
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    Travel Blogs from Venice

    Welcome to Italy!

    A travel blog entry by cstevens24 on May 19, 2015

    ... cool and then we stopped for lunch. I had spaghetti carbonara and loved it. I also really enjoyed using some more of my Italian as a few phrases had started coming back to me. After lunch we did some more walking around and stopped at another cafe to try tiramisu. It was amazing!!!! We then met back up with the group to go on a gondola ride. By this stage it had started raining pretty heavily and the water was very choppy so I decided not to go on the ...

    Venice

    A travel blog entry by robynp on May 06, 2015

    13 photos

    ... for the Bienale.

    After the tour finished we stopped at The Florian cafe, said to be the oldest in the world having been built in 1720, to have a drink and nibble. An small orchestra, for which $6 per person is added to the bill, plays while you sit. We had a drink and club sandwich each, for which we paid $78. Oh well, you don't eat at the oldest cafe in the world everyday.

    We were learning quickly how Venice ...

    The Real Venice

    A travel blog entry by ohrnsabbatical on Apr 04, 2015

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... back and forth and the computer screen is swaying (I'm not kidding!). Taking pictures from the bridges and high up in the tower across the lagoon from the Doge's Palace was breathtaking! Rick Steves guided us around town and gave us the background information on many of the sights and sounds of Venice. Thanks Rick!

    On Sunday, we attend Easter mass at St. Mark's Basillica. One ...

    The Venetian Sprint

    A travel blog entry by susannah.watt on Dec 27, 2014

    24 photos

    ... and we had left our brollies with our bags as the weather forecast had been good. Bad idea! Nearly two hours later it was pitch black, we were soaked to the skin, it was below zero and we were yet to find the train station...patience was wearing thin. Then it started to snow ..... After multiple questions were asked of stall and shop owners, we found our way. Thankfully, we made and had a short wait to get to the hotel. Where it was a ...

    Day 61 - Venice

    A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Nov 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... are constructed on closely spaced wooden piles. Most of these piles are still intact after centuries of submersion. The foundations rest on the piles, and buildings of brick or stone sit above these footings. The piles penetrate a softer layer of sand and mud until they reach a much harder layer of compressed clay. •Submerged by water, in oxygen-poor conditions, wood does not decay as rapidly as on the surface. •Most of these piles ...