Foresteria Santa Fosca

Cannaregio 2372, Venice, Veneto, Italy | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by babi12

Cheap and kind.

Arm yourself for breakfast

A travel blog entry by twofoodies


... Girl and Battery Boy looked around the tiny bacaro, when they stopped for a moment and on looking up, realised what they were seeing. They thought the decorations would have appealed to Tony Soprano's taste in decor with large photographs of naked women adorning the walls. The photographs had nothing to do with Battery Boy ordering more toasted sandwiches and coffee, requiring him to stay longer.

Video Girl and Battery Boy then left the ...


A travel blog entry by punters


Del says....

Had a leisurely breakfast in our apartment. Everyone got to have their favourite after our shopping expedition. Del and Boy had been for a walk and investigated the water buses. We bought our passes and caught the water bus from Ca' d'Ora to Piazza San Marco. We walked around the square and took loads of photos. The architecture and and vibe of the place was just amazing.

After ...

Let's count the bridges!

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank


... selling padlocks on the bridge for that purpose. It is supposed to be for eternal love or something, but we are not really interested. Seems more like a scam to me.

I would say if you enjoy walking, Venice is a nice walk everywhere. We walked from San Marco square to Santa Lucia train station several times, which is from one end to the other on the map. It takes about 40 mins if you keep walking but there are so many shops and benches along the way to stop and ...

To be lost in Venice is the adventure of Venice

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor


... hostel earlier.

Walking along each canal is the same but different some have a path between then building and the water and some the building is straight onto the water. There are bridges of different shapes and sizes depending on the size of the canal. The gondolas looked so cool but as I didn’t have
anyone to share the fare and didn’t want to sell a kidney to pay for it, I just had to enjoy them from the land.


This hostel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Rialto Market, I tre Mercanti, and Campo Santa Maria Formosa.
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