Locanda La Corte

Address: Calle Bressana 6317, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Santi Giovanni e Paolo, I tre Mercanti, Campo Santa Maria Formosa, and Mondo Novo.
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      Ah Venezia

      A travel blog entry by rhian_of_oz on Sep 11, 2014

      ... tour of the Basillica and had to walk across some planking to get in, and also once inside the entrance. The tour was great, one because you skip the queue to get in, and two because our guide was funny and interesting. The Basillica is simply stunning - the ceiling mosaics, the tessellated floor, the beautiful marble, and the Pala d'Oro, just to name some of the highlights.

      We then navigated our way from one side ...

      Regata Storica di Venice

      A travel blog entry by suzduck on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... br>
      Went into the Basilica, but I'm a little 'churched out'. I know it was amazing but there's almost too much here - sensory overload.

      Thought I'd head back to the hotel to rest my weary feet (forgot to pack my sandals, so have been wearing thongs for days) but found myself on top of the Academia Bridge just as all the boats were making their way down the Canal for the start of the Regatta. Got myself a prime position right at the top of ...


      A travel blog entry by apopples on Jun 11, 2013

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      We jumped on the train and made our debut visit to Venice. Wow!!!! I have never seen such an amazing place - and I have never seen so many tourists!!! We caught the vaporetto (passenger ferry) from the train station to San Marco where we had a quick look around, took the necessary photos and escaped from pretty quickly; the crowds were just too much. We then spent the day wandering through kilometres of tiny lanes (sometimes less than a metre wide) being guided by Jarvis ...

      The quietest city

      A travel blog entry by nessaineurope on Dec 15, 2012

      ... can't take pictures. Again by the time we came out of the church the flooding had reached higher levels so we sought refuge in a little coffee shop. Although it was safe from the rain and rising water levels there were pigeons inside which made me uneasy as these flying creatures creep me out. The shop owner assured us that the water would not reach inside the shop however as we decided it was time to move on the water was creeping into the shop. Venice must really be sinking. ...

      Venice is just how they say

      A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jul 05, 2012

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      ... depends on how much detail and history you like in your self tour. We followed the well-laid out path thru the courtyard, up the Golden Stairs, thru council chambers and Doge apartments, along the Bridge of Sighs (so named because it was the prisoners' last chance at fresh air and sites of the city), into the bowls of the prison to experience the Well cells, and back to the courtyard. It was a very interesting 90+ minutes and we saw ...