Albergo Ca' Alvise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergo Ca' Alvise Venice
In a dirty city, a clean place to stay
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... relaxed lifestyle of the locals. Brightly coloured houses with washing hanging out of windows as well as clothes lines erected on vacant land outside of houses! communal living at its best! Apparently there are no silly regulations here, knickers hanging out in public are ok! All in all a very charming place and considerably cheaper than Venice for food and drink which made it all the more appealing. Our next stop was ...
... our boat into historical Venice as obviously no cars can be driven there and as we came into the harbour the view of the city was awesome. All those beautiful buildings and their colours. We had a mini orientation of the city then free time for 2 hours to truly explore this Island. After the free time it was time for our gondola ride ...so not as romantic as I dreamt with 5 of us to a gondola and with trying to distribute the weight it was a ...
... this is what I had been waiting for. I looooove Murano glass and had always intended to buy a decent piece. When everyone had been buying tat, I'd been saving my Euros for Venice. We were given the ************ decanters and glasses but I wanted something different. Doug and I were taken into another room and shown some other pieces. I specifically wanted something red so they brought out 4 pieces to look at. We decided on 1 piece and have arranged for it to ...
Up early to catch a taxi to the train station. Our train left at 9:30 and took just over 2 hours to reach Venice via Bologna, Ferrara and Padua. Emerging from the railway station in Venice was a surreal site. Instead of a major street with busses and taxis there was a canal with ferries, water taxis, gondolas and barges. It was a 20 minute walk to our ...
... recommended by Trip Advisor (#2, if I recall) and was a tiny shop which only sold 'pasta to go' in little take-away cartons. We placed our orders, then waited outside the shop in the narrow paved laneway by the hatch in the shop window. The shop opened its doors at 1200 and it was 1205. There was already a small queue of people. When our orders were fulfilled, I discovered that they had given me the incorrect pasta and no chilli. I took it back to the window, expecting them to ...