Al Canal Regio

Cannaregio, 3632/A, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

The Romantic Yet Smelly Venice

A travel blog entry by ckwalt

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... the blog. It may or may not be. For those of us that started the tour and didn't join in Rome, we are starting to get a little worn out. Somewhere we have a free night, we plan on hitting the closest restaurant to the hotel. So at 5.30 we met in the foyer and set off to the closest restaurant.  We walked past the first couple of shops only to fail to find anything that suited all our needs (one of the group is a celiac and really can't eat gluten). So we continued on ...

Canal Drifting

A travel blog entry by onourway

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... other places. Torcello is now famous for its peace and quiet, with a permanent population of about 20. Because of this and our late arrival, we were rewarded with only a handful of other tourists to share the island with. It seemed that without any organization we all rotated around the island without running into each other. It was a surreal experience to move through the ruins, gardens, canals, religious buildings and restaurant lined trails feeling like we were the ...

Venturing through Venice

A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn

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... sights and sounds of the town, walking past Arena di Verona, a Colosseum-esque arena, and through Via Mazzini, the narrow pedestrian streets lined with upscale designer stores. The small courtyard outside Juliet's house was crowded with people. The main attraction of the courtyard was the statue of Juliet, with it being considered good luck to touch the right breast of it. No visit to a tourist attraction in Europe would be complete, however, without a ...

More wandering around Venice

A travel blog entry by hannaharrison

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The Rialto Bridge is possibly the most famous icon of Venice besides the Grand Canal, and in Mia's book 'Olivia Goes To Venice' is one of our favorite pages. The streets lining the bridge are filled with over priced restaurants with charming-waiters all trying to lure you into their place. Today the girls were happy to stay at home for dinner as they were exhausted from wandering around, and even though we were warned not to eat in ...

Living on Water

A travel blog entry by mitulkapadia

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... and bridges came into existence with a lifestyle entirely unique to Venice is simply amazing. Having been to Venice a few times, one thing is always certain - everyone gets lost in Venice and thats half the fun. With less people in the off-season, it was great exploring the world of Venice once again. Ofcourse, Piazza San Marco and the Bridge of Sighs are ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, 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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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good