ciprea B&B

Address: Castello 986/C, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near San Giorgio Maggiore, Arsenale, San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, and Alice in Wonderland Fine Arts Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Venice

      "Cosmopolitan Europe" Tour - Part 1

      A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Oct 16, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... city as the site of the Nuremburg Trials after WW2. It also has a beautiful city square where the famous Christmas markets are held. In the middle ages it was a walled city and the old walls were still evident. There are only small pockets of very old buildings in German cities due bombing during WW2. Prague seemed very dilapidated ... the results of many years under communist rule. (Our 70's built hotel was recently "renovated" and looked good on the surface, but the air ...

      Piazza San Marco & Water Taxi Adventure

      A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 13, 2014

      15 photos

      ... line was far too long. We instead took the water bus to the main part of Venice called San Marco. It was a blustery 45 minute boat ride around the island but sure as hell beat trying to navigate the streets. Upon arriving in San Marco, we took some pictures, made fun of the tourists, and window shopped all along the piazza. What made Venice so strange is how the non-touristy areas by our hotel were just dead and creepy, whereas the ...

      Day 68: Nice to Venice Mestre

      A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jul 25, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... due to a strike. It was not until 10 minutes before the train was due to leave, did they give us a platform to go to. We shouldered all our bags and headed to the platform. But besides the hordes of people already there, the platform was empty - there was no train. This soon pulled in and we were able to make our way up to car 7. This is a high speed train which is good and bad. We will get there faster, but the sleek body of the train has less space for luggage. There ...

      Guggenheim Museum

      A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 13, 2014

      ... constructed of wood with glass walls. It was impressive. We spoke to the Italian lady custodian who explained the construction. She was interested to know of our link to Fukushima. The glasswork was by an Italian artist and her brother. It was mainly of slumped glass and Had beautiful use of colour and texture. In addition to the art, there was also a marina, so I was able to indulge in a bit of boat envy as we had a beer and watched various yacht ...

      What language am I speaking now?

      A travel blog entry by thecapedcanary on Aug 14, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... It's a cute, old city that looks suspiciously like diagon alley. I'd tell you about the stores I went in to, but that would give a few surprises away, family ;). One place I did go into though was a traditional German/Austrian clothing store (do they dress differently? It looks the same to me). The dresses were gorgeous... And expensive. Around 200 euros. But I tried one on, and I'm sorry to say that ...