Ca' del Pozzo

Address: Sestiere San Marco 2612, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the San Marco area of Venice, is near Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), Campanile di San Marco, and Libreria Sansoviniana.
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        Getting on Board.

        A travel blog entry by jennyusa on Oct 24, 2015

        7 photos

        ... boarded a vaporetto for a trip around the port and got to see our ship from the water, then back through the islands to get off at St. Marks square. There were thousands of people here, way too touristy! Another wander to locate the Hotel Bisanzio where we will stay for a week in November, then back on the vaporetto for a leisurely trip up the Grand Canal to Pizzale Roma, before walking back to the ship. ...

        A gondola ride

        A travel blog entry by karen.and.dave on Sep 10, 2015

        6 photos

        ... all (closed shop) is €80 for 30 mins (minimum ride). Most enjoyable. Not as relaxing as I thought it would be as many loud conversations occur between gondoliers as they travel around but an enjoyable experience. It is quite a ballet as they manoeuvre these large craft around corners, motorised craft and each other using the pole and also their legs to push off buildings.

        Lovely dinner too,. Up early to ...

        The Venice Biennale (My Head Still Hurts)

        A travel blog entry by sarah.birnbaum on Jul 10, 2015

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... model plane with very slow and silent motions. When the plane lands, he picks it up, and throws it again.
        This brings me to the national pavilions. (The Biennale has a central exhibit taking up two huge halls. Then there are 89 national pavilions, funded, for the most part, by the ministry of culture and private donors from that particular country. Think the World's Fair.)

        The Austrian pavilion just looks like a bunch ...

        City on the water

        A travel blog entry by jfm13 on Jun 08, 2015

        3 photos

        ... was an excellent ride part way down the Grand Canal, then he diverted out to the east side of the main island where he could travel faster and eventually took us back through a narrow canal to drop of us off at the end of Via Garibaldi.
        We had stayed at the Corte Contarina seven years earlier with the boys so we knew the hotel. They have since expanded the hotel and we were put in one of the new rooms. Beautifully furnished with the ...

        Expoloring Canals by Foot and Gondola

        A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 14, 2015

        9 photos

        ... he was exploring. Since most of them were also interactive, we all enjoyed moving from one machine to the next, testing out how pulley systems could be created to easily control the lifting of a heavy load, how gears of different sizes could interact to increase the efficiency of a machine, etc., etc. It makes a huge difference to see the mechanics in action, and the descriptions did a good job of explaining how di Vinci’s work was so influential.