Ca' Bella

Address: Cannaregio 5388, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Cannaregio, Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Giorgione Movie D'Essai, and Laboratorio Artigiano Maschere.
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      Travel Blogs from Venice

      Cruising like George Clooney

      A travel blog entry by zingerin on Oct 20, 2014

      ... Interesting for all, perfect for the engineer in our group.

      Next stop, a bench overlooking the lagoon and the island of Giudica, watching an obscenely giant Costa cruise ship, leashed fore and aft to toy tugboats, lumber out to sea. Hope the captain can keep this one upright. All this sightseeing is making us hungry, and Schiavo, one of Venice's best wine shops is nearby. It's cichetti time, Venice's version of happy hour and tapas, and we point through glass ...

      Venice Save the Date

      A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Sep 06, 2014

      37 photos

      ... traffic until we reached Venice 2 hours behind schedule. We are staying in a caravan park and we have our own 3 man tent to ourselves. We head straight to the restaurant and get ourselves a meal and then a drink and hit the hay ready for a big day the next day. Much bigger than Briony would ever know!

      We get up and get ourselves into town early for a big day of venturing through the small winding streets of Venice. We spent the morning marveling at the Murano ...

      Venezia in the Rain

      A travel blog entry by bellrouse on Jul 26, 2014

      3 comments, 25 photos

      ... it was torrential and the thunder was shaking everything.
      In Venice, people get around on foot or by water. Water taxis and gondolas are an option, but they're expensive. We, like most tourists, opted for the vaparettos - water bus boats that shepherd the masses from one part of Venice to another. This time of year people pack in like sardines. We ended up purchasing a 48 hour pass and hopped on a vaparetto - ...

      Departing Venice for Florence

      A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... services where you can store your luggage for 6 euros for the first 5 hours and .90 euro cents for each hour after. So after purchasing our ticket and checking our luggage we started exploring Venice again.

      We had been a little disappointed with Venice the first time but I think the problem there was in that we were stuck in the tourist area and that we were pretty jet lagged. We ended up finding a little cafe near the train station that ...

      Venezia, Murano and Burano

      A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 23, 2013

      14 photos

      ... have been impressed with the way the captains handle their craft - big or small. No matter how busy, the traffic is always flowing; the water taxis always going like bats out of hell, the gondoliers just peacefully rowing and the vaporettos moving huge amounts of people efficiently. However, the way they knock into the boat stations to berth is not done with finesse!

      It was after 5:30 when we got back to the apartment, so it was a pretty long day ...