Hotel Ca' Dogaressa
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Great location in Venice. Relatively easy walk from the station with bags. Right on the canal and they set up their breakfast on the edge of the canal. Nice hotel inside it is clean and has cute features. Free internet. Decent price for Venice.
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Today we said goodbye to all our family in Italy. It's always sad to say goodbye because we have grown to love these people so quickly and we don't know when or if we will see them again. We had lunch with the Vendrogno family at an awesome pizza restaurant. The pizzas are super thin with crusty edges and lots of cheese and fresh tomato puree. We …
This morning we arrived in Venice from Prague after a long night on a sleeper train. When we got off the train, we took the water taxi to meet Jenna's family at the house they were renting. It was so nice to have a warm welcome from Jenna's Aunt Debbie and Uncle Richard and their friends Martin and Colleen. The house is located in the north eastern part of the Castello district and the first floor was built in ...
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