Cannaregio 146-147 , Venice, Veneto, Venice, Italy | Inn
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Cobbled Streets and Gondolas in Veneto

A travel blog entry by ciao-from-italy


As beautiful as it is to enjoy the gondola ride with serenading music and singing, the real life in Venice appears too tough to live. Settled around the Grand Canal, it must be immensely weary to walk to work, and back, on those cobbled roads day after day, or take the water transport, vapporati, for every day needs.

I loved this sight. …

Venice: Boats and toes

A travel blog entry by haleygonela


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We called it a night pretty early - we were exhausted from traveling 12 hours to get here. All in all - our first day - perfecto!!

The next 2 days were for exploring! We woke up and stepped out into the main street of Cannaregio and it was bustling! Fruit markets were set up, all the shops were open, vendors were out. We picked up some fruit and of course a stop at our favorite coffee shop!

There is ...

Walk to the gardens

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

It's Linda’s birthday today! I've been thinking about her throughout this trip, certainly because it was her inheritance to me that made the trip even possible, but also because she was always so happy to hear about my adventures. Sometimes I find myself thinking of how I would describe something specifically to Linda, something that happened, someone I talked to, or something I saw.

I spent the morning doing laundry (2 loads) and working at ...

Photography in Venice

A travel blog entry by marioz

Today we woke up to rain as the weather forecast had suggested. We didn't let that stop us though. We caught the train into Venice and met up with a group of photographers for the Scott Kelby Worldwide photowalk day.

We met on the steps of the train station and spent a few hours walking around Venice. The guy that organised it, was good. He had the route marked out and maps ...

Northern Italy: Venice, Florence, and Rome

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels


My apologies on the delays and overall shortness of the Balkan and Italy posts, I haven't been in a writing mood. I got off the mini-van from Slovenia in Mestre, Italy and jumped on the train for Venice (all 5 minutes of the ride). Lets just say the Venice train station is busy, especially in the middle of the day. So, not wanting to deal with the insane lines for the water taxis to get to my hostel (no cars in Venice, only shoes or boats), I decided to walk. I took ...


This inn, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Jewish Ghetto and Museum (Ghetto Ebraico di Venezia), Campo del Ghetto, and Piscina Comunale Sant'Alvise.
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