Ca' Bragadin Carabba

Address: Castello 6041, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Rialto Market, Santi Giovanni e Paolo, I tre Mercanti, and Campo Santa Maria Formosa.
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      On the very fast lane to a slow city

      A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jun 21, 2013

      ... unoccupied room (as ours didn't have any) we went to find the bus ticket place which wasn't open and according to a local may not open again. We met an American couple and decided to take the train instead, it was very easy to find, and we realized that the instructions we had taken the first time was the most complicated way possible. Once at the station we paid €2.40 for our two tickets to the city, validated them and went to platform 10 as was ...

      Day 4 - Raining

      A travel blog entry by sukki1975 on Jan 02, 2013

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      ... minutes to get to the appropriate point. I made it, just, and also crossed a bridge that I had wanted to cross from day 1 lol.

      Back in my room I realised I was actually soaked through to the skin and hadn't really noticed. I had a soak in a hot bath and settled down to finish my book. No siesta this afternoon as I wanted to have a good solid night's sleep before my journey home tomorrow. About three hours later my book was ...

      Venezia to Roma

      A travel blog entry by arniephillips on Jun 26, 2012

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      ... between the orchards and paddocks around Shepparton and Mildura (although with corn fields rather than orchards), with the massive mountains surrounding it all. Dotted in amongst the fields and up through the mountains are the typical terracotta-tiled villas that you expect when you think of Italy. Even after such little exposure to the rail systems of Europe, I am still convinced that governments all over the world have an agreement in place that railway lines will pass through some ...

      Venice- What a great city!

      A travel blog entry by karriaj on Sep 26, 2011


      ... to our hotel. Our luggage went on it's own boat and made to the hotel just after us. The walk ways are like a little maze. We have been doing excellent and have not gotten lost once.

      Sunday we took a gondola ride and it was as amazing as it looks in the movies! There was a singer and an accordion player who serenaded to us. Our group had 7 gondolas and we hooked up in the grand canal and were serenaded ...

      Are you two sisters?

      A travel blog entry by emilyandchloe on Aug 12, 2011

      ... sleep it was time to wake up and get ready to check out, so painful. Well actually I got up at a reasonable time, had breakfast, showered and packed while Emily stayed in bed and woke up at 10am (checkout time) so she ran about like a headless chicken, shoved all her belongings in her backpack and rolled out of the door half asleep still like an hour late. We decided that the only thing to do would be to hunt down the one and only mcdonalds ...