Ca Isabella

Fondamenta San Biagio 778, Venice, Veneto, 30133, Italy | B&B
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Oh So Spontaneous Venice

A travel blog entry by collettetamla

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... to enjoy the scenery. You just have to see Venice this way. There really is no other way to see the back canals of Venice from the water. What a treat. Our Gondolier whistled as he paddled along, how romantic.

Next stop the Vaporetto. These are the water buses which take hundreds of people from stop to stop all across Venice's large canals and islands. It's a great way to see Venice from the water at €18 for a 12 hour ticket. My one tip, if you were going to visit ...

Venice - back to being tooooo hot, plus Umbertide!

A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read

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... apparently they would all sigh as they crossed the bridge as it was their last glimpse of the canals and the city).  All the rooms were very ornate - frescoes all along the walls and roof with lots of gold embellishing everywhere.  After our tour we were in desperate need of airconditioning and a cold drink... However, unlike England, Venice does not have pubs everywhere so we were obliged to go into a restaurant.  While I went to the bathroom, Hannah was left ...

Day 11: The Venetians

A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson

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... of Venice. It's really funny because This monorail station is on an island, called Tronchenco , that they have built a road to. It's kind of like driving out to Tswawassen Ferry terminal in Vancouver. Troncencho really only has a bunch of empty office buildings and parkades on it. I have no idea why there is nothing there. Maybe pre-recession building.
Venice itself is a group of islands and is ...

Back on land

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel

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Had our bags packed and outside the cabin door by 1am this morning so only had to pack our day bags after breakfast. All of the ships well organized departure plans were shot down when the port of Venice was closed because of fog. We sat around inside (too hot out) playing cards and reading to pass the time and eventually it was announced we could continue to port. Once again we travelled along the Grand Canal and we docked amongst 5 other ships about 2 hours late.
Back at ...

Day one in Venice

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx

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... hotel. Our third floor room has a charming terrace, overlooking the rooftops of Venice.

After storing our bags in the room, we set out to find a panini (grilled sandwich) and a beer for our first Italian meal. That was when we discovered that half the world's population had joined us in Venice. The small charming foot bridges over the canals were crawling ...

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This B&B, located in the Giudecca area of Venice, is near Dorsoduro, La Giudecca, Piscina Comunale Sacca Fisola, and Palestra Delfino.
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