Ca' Bragadin Carabba

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 Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Rialto Market, I tre Mercanti, and Campo Santa Maria Formosa.
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    Day 74 - How much can you do in one day!?

    A travel blog entry by kiwiholly on Jun 27, 2012

    Today we wanted to tackle a few “must-sees” in Venice. After breakfast at the hotel, we headed for St Marks Square. We crossed the famous Rialto Bridge on our way and also did a bit of shopping! Mark, who has never worn a watch in his life, found a watch that he really quite liked, but wasn’t sure about. I had always thought of buying him a watch for a birthday present, but he had never been keen on the idea, so we decided we could always come ...


    A travel blog entry by whiteley401 on Oct 22, 2011

    ... the Grand Canal. We wandered through Side streets where there were many shops and restaurants. We saw the bridge of sighs in this area. We had been warned not to buy purses from the street vendors as you could be fined. You know that was hard for me! Before leaving St. marks Square about 4-5 young men went running by and not far behind them were the police! We then got back on the vaporetti to head towards the Rialto Bridge. I had printed out from the Internet ...

    Venice saturday

    A travel blog entry by goadad on Sep 10, 2011

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    We ate and headed back to St Mark's. We were there by 9.30 and the entry line was very long. There is no charge to enter the Church/Basilica but certain areas within do require a fee to enter. By buying a reservation online for just a coupe of Euro we were able to cut to the front.

    When we entered there were no photography signs displayed. Within 10 minutes I discovered that no one paid attention to ...

    Lost in Venice

    A travel blog entry by tom_gen on Mar 25, 2011

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    Yes, due to the many interlinking alleys and our great sense of direction we did get very lost in Venice, to the point where we were in hysterics every time we hit a new (or repeated) dead end. But a wise man once said "You need to lose yourself to find yourself" (or something deep like that). Venice is obviously a very different city due to the lack of cars and ...

    Venice a city of amazement

    A travel blog entry by jordanalvaro on Jul 21, 2010

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    Today we got a Taxi into Venice {Venezia} around midday from Sirmione a 2 hr drive. The freeway on the other lane from Venice to Milano was packed for about 10km's.

    Our bus driver dropped us of at the end of the car route and told us that hotel was about 200m's away around the corner another 20minutes later and we were still walking and had to carry our luggage over continuous bridges to we finally found our hotel we put our luggage away ...