Ca'Sa Linger

Address: Castello - San Antonin, 3541, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Arsenale, San Zaccaria, Campo San Zaccaria, and San Giorgio degli Schiavoni.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Farewell Venice

A travel blog entry by martinebeaumont on Jun 16, 2015

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... We had a sublime Sunday evening at the Teatro La Fenice listening to Mario Brunelli, Italy's finest cellist. The theatre is truly grand and we had our own box - very flash. I had visions of Anna Karenina. Looking for Vronsky across the theatre when I realised he was sitting right next to me.

Followed the concert with a late supper at the uber hip Cafe Centrale and home around 1.30 am ...

Venice via Lake Bled and Koper

A travel blog entry by craftyannie on Apr 28, 2015

39 photos

... in our group who were nervous being on board a boat in the first place and once the boats' loaded up there is not a lot of free board. The crossing took less than 10 minutes and by the time we got to the island most every one was beguiled enough by the peacefulness of the whole experience that their nervousness was no longer and issue. The little church and clock tower were cute (we all had to ring the bell for luck, the townspeople must hate tour groups) and the gift shop ...

Lovely, lovely Venice

A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 28, 2015

79 photos

... is a family tradition and an apprenticeship. The sons come into the apprenticeship at about age 15 or 16. It takes 15 – 20 years for them to be considered a Master. If they don’t have the talent, they will remain an assistant and not be called a Master.

The work was fascinating and gorgeous. We could take all the pictures and video we wanted while in the demonstration, but once inside the showroom, our camera couldn’t be used. If ...

More Ruins and Water

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Dec 06, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... am even more sorry to leave venice this time around, as I'm not comforted by the thought that I'll be returning in the foreseeable future. I would love to rent out an apartment and stay for a week - long enough to have lazy coffee breakfasts and enjoy local haunts and wine bars. I would also love to see Murano and Lido, and see venice from the water (not necessarily a gondola - €60 for a 30 minute paddle screams 'tourist trap', no?). The beautiful thing about venice is you ...

A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

A travel blog entry by beccabaker6 on Feb 07, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... did we know, the ruins were closed, so a kind café owner let us view them from his terrace, resulting in free cocoas for the students (courtesy of the university). we trekked up a huge hill to look at another Fransiscan church, and then we had some free time, where I dangled my feet over the ledge of the loveliest view I had come across in a while. We learned our lesson and refused to go out in the evening and spent the night hanging out at the lovely hotel, enjoying our ...