Ca' Venezia

Address: Calle Dei Furlani Castello no. 3271, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Arsenale, Campo San Zaccaria, San Zaccaria, and San Giorgio degli Schiavoni.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Kitchenette
        • Pets allowed

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        Travel Blogs from Venice

        Nearly blown out of the tower

        A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Sep 23, 2015

        18 photos

        ... home to get changed before finding somewhere to eat. Plenty of time this afternoon or tomorrow for a ride. Of course of all days to get really lost in Venice today was the day. I am pretty sure that Lyndon was the key navigator and given that there is really no one to dispute this ‘fact’ it is the one we will go with. To top it off the rain started falling a bit heavier again, and the further we walked the more lost we seemed to get. We obviously looked ...

        Pre Etruscan Internet

        A travel blog entry by mamatross on Sep 08, 2015


        ... better look @ Venice from the water. I sat in the ferry at the dock alone in the dark, trying to figure out how the ramp must lift in order to depart. And where was the captain, anyway? Ha! I was , in effect, sitting in a floating bus stop. Out of the black mist comes a small boat , pulls up and the driver says Aeropuerto. Okay. I pay my fare, leave my suitcase on deck, and step down into the boat. It was like being in an MRI tube for a half an hour.....crammed in with 19 ...

        Bags, books and glass

        A travel blog entry by milesmartino on Jul 15, 2015

        12 photos

        ... posters bric a brac fill the low ceiling room which meanders towards the rear canal. To the side one discovers a magical courtyard lined with stacked books glued to the rustic walls creating the feeling that the walls are alive with stories. At the back of the shop you are led to another courtyard which over looks the canal and more books are stacked but this time creating steps to the top of the wall as a viewing platform to the canal. As you ...


        A travel blog entry by annapengelly117 on Jun 22, 2014

        3 comments, 11 photos

        ... crying and came to console me...the truth is, I was thinking of my mum. The Basilica is amazing, all the intricate mosaics on the floor and the artwork on the walls are just magnificent...again it all seems surreal. It was way past lunchtime, so off we went in search for somewhere to have a meal. We stopped at a restaurant walking back from the Basilica called Ristorante Pizza e Bar Da Celio I had to have the fish soup and Mary ordered the cuttlefish ink spaghetti. Both meals ...

        Lido by day, St. Mark's by night

        A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 28, 2013

        49 photos

        ... with all of the outdoor tables. It’s supposed to be quite expensive to sit at these tables, even just to have a soft drink let alone drinks or dinner. But you can roam around, stop for a song or two, some people sit on the steps nearby, or even dance! I wish I could snap my fingers and transport mom and dad here instantly (no long excruciatingly painful plane ride)—they would love this. I took a movie of one of the orchestras playing. It turned out ...