Address: San Polo - Campiello dei Sansoni 899, Venice, Veneto, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the San Polo area of Venice, is near Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), Ca' d'Oro, San Polo, and Arena di Campo San Polo.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

A ferry, a train, a water bus and Venice!

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... was an industrial one and didn't feel especially safe. After an hour of walking we ran onto our train, there was one stopover in Bologna before we hit Venice. I literally could not keep my eyes open and continuously knocked my head forward as I fell in and out of sleep. It was exhausting. Nic felt tired too but sleep evaded him. As soon as we stepped onto the land of Venoce we were awe struck at the city. The feeling of being in such ...


A travel blog entry by bern54 on Oct 03, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... While we were there a priest was saying mass for a school. There were 2 nuns among the teachers. Part of the church floor is very uneven due to subsidence and is closed off. Subsidence is a real problem in Venice. The Italian government is not very supportive in restoration of buildings suffering from this problem. There is a bell tower in this square on top of which are two moors in bronze, who , on the half hour and hour, move their arms to dong the bell. This ...


A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 29, 2014

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We decided to stay on mainland Italy rather than book a hotel within Venice itself. We arrived early into Oriago and were able to relax and recharge before continuing to the island community. Venice is connected to Italy by a highway and train line. Otherwise, there are no motorized, wheeled vehicles of any kind! Instead of roads the canals serve as the only motorized routes around the city. We took the bus across the highway and then set out on foot from there. We didn't have ...

Venice in a day..... I think NOT!!

A travel blog entry by kathyducker on Jul 13, 2014

Woke up and Brent had done his best work. He had planned how we could get back to Venice to complete what we mismanaged the day earlier. I suggested driving as close as we could get and the we could take off for Assisi once we were done. This we did and managed to park one station away from the Venice station. We then jumped on a train. Unfortunately for us there has been striking action so the trains are delayed all over the place. We finally arrived ...

Adventures on the No. 2 Waterbus

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 29, 2013

52 photos

... next girl (cost 16 Euro, takes about 1 hour). Hmm…one is cheaper and takes less time, the other more expensive and takes more time—which do you think I chose?! The one on the water, of course!!

Just on the other side of the train station is where you can catch the buses. I had no idea the rode over was so close. It was strange to see vehicles, especially all of those buses, and reinforced my decision to take ...