Ca Centopietre

Address: Dorsoduro 1198, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Dorsoduro, Academy Gallery (Gallerie dell'Accademia), Teatro a l'Avogaria, and La Moresca.
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      Last Day in Venice

      A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 09, 2015

      ... Of course, now some things are arranged a bit differently, and the home expanded to accommodate some additional artwork. Peggy Guggenheim was an early patron of Jackson Pollock and nearly a dozen of his works hang in her home. Also present are several works by Picasso, Joan Miro, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Kandinsky, Calder, Dali and many more. Interestingly, because she was a patron to many of these artists, there aren't just one of two ...

      Save the best til last...

      A travel blog entry by travelindan on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... was immaculate and our room was upstairs on our own side of the house with a private bath and balcony. We got sooo lucky. She had us italian coffee and biscottis ready every morning to start our venture off right. What an angel! We arrived in venice on the train (within 15 minutes and only $2.50), and immediately were just giddy and awestruck by the initial sight. I knew I would like Italy, but damn, this was incredible! It was hard to not be ...

      Venezia

      A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... the canal we found a very large stone crossing called Rialto Bridge. The bridge attracted many tourists because of its little shops built into two rows over the canal. It also offered a great view of the Grand Canal. On the other side of the bridge we found the Rialto Market where local vendors were either selling souvenirs to the visitors or produce and fish to the locals. Before long we found ourselves at the sea port where cruise ships dock and stood in the town square ...

      Boats boats and more boats

      A travel blog entry by bigbanana on Jul 16, 2014

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      Today we are arriving at the water city Venice and before we go to that story, yesterday we had a "just cruising day" which was fun we had a swim in the pool. Then we played bingo unfortunately we lost! We went to the towel folding demonstration where they showed us how to make the towel animals that our steward would leave on our beds each night. That night after dinner and a game of scrabble in the games room there ...

      Venice, Valeriano, and Vito D'Asio

      A travel blog entry by khanovasemya on Aug 14, 2013

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      ... holiday was originally created by the emperor Augustus in 18 BC to celebrate the laborers who brought in the harvest. It also had pagan ties to the Roman goddess, Diana. Today, Catholics celebrate it as a Holy Day of Obligation and the entire country shuts down. To celebrate, after taking my mom the the airport in Mestre, we drove up the Carnic Alps high above the Arzino river valley to celebrate the day with friends in the little town of Vito D'Asio. Vito ...