Ca Isabella

Fondamenta San Biagio 778, Venice, Veneto, 30133, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Giudecca area of Venice, is near Dorsoduro, La Giudecca, Palestra Delfino, and Piscina Comunale Sacca Fisola.
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    Back to Venice, fly out.

    A travel blog entry by jak5 on May 24, 2014

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    The ship arrived back to Venice at 7:00am Saturday.
    First flight takes us to Dusseldorf Germany, then London where we spend the night, then Chicago and San Antonio. Lots of hops, but can't complain about free flights.

    We used the people mover system to get from the ship port to the bus station in Venice, then took the VTVO bus across the ...

    Our Last day in Venice and Misc. Reflections

    A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Apr 12, 2014

    24 photos

    ... and religious spirit.

    Other than that we were both getting pretty tired so stopped a couple of times to just have a wine (for me) and spritz or cappuccino for Marge. We stopped once in a small campo and just watched people and then headed back by our hotel crossing the canal one last time on the Traghetto. We did visit a couple of nice parish churches as we walked around. Near the Rialto market we stopped for our last time to sit by the canal have our drinks ...

    Venice — Day 2

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 11, 2013

    ... for us, and we soon head off there for our evening meal. This restaurant is clearly a cut above last night's, and that is also reflected in the prices. I order the entrée recommended by Sandra and Leonardo: baccala, which in this case is a delicious dish of creamed, salted cod to be eaten on thin slices of toasted bread. Yalini shares some as she has ordered only a main course of turbot, which later comes out in a plastic bag. It is definitively not 'boil in a bag', however. My main ...

    Munich to Venice

    A travel blog entry by nbelcher on Dec 23, 2012

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    ... we left Neuschwanstein, we drove through the Austrian Alps where we were lucky enough to witness something similar to a 'Winter Wonderland'. I was excited seeing all of the skifields along the Alps and as we drove through Innsburk, we saw the Olympic Ski Jump. We arrived in Venice at 9pm and after having a very late dinner (we were slightly shocked upon arrival for dinner to find a bowl of salad...and stale bread!! Luckily it improved when they brought out pasta) we went to ...

    European pathway

    A travel blog entry by thurls on Jun 28, 2012

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... get lost. I was actually surprised at my ability to navigate my way through the narrow streets, many piazzas and canals, thanks to the time spent playing the Assassin creed games on the playstation. The food in italy is as good as expected, especially when you find a little family run restaurant off one of the side streets.

    The rest of the trip, we are heading through Rome and Florence up to the swiss alps and finally to Paris before the trip back to London.