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Instituto San Giuseppe

by Judiz

Hiya
Just wondering if anybody has an email address for the Convent? I am thinking of staying there this time instead of Foresteria Valdese. Thanks for your help. Judi

Re: Instituto San Giuseppe

by Trekki

Hi Judi,
it seems a bit difficult to find the email adress, but via a slowtrav forum I found it:
http://www.italyguide.com/venezia/religiosi.php
(approximately at the bottom).
You may also like to read through the discussion in slowtrav forum:
http://slowtalk.com/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/862600685/m/347102795

Hope it helps.
Ingrid

Re: Instituto San Giuseppe

by alza

hi,
Just saw reviews on Trip Advisor that mention a problem with mosquitoes or bedbugs. The nuns deny ever having such a problem but 3 reviewers were adamant. Just so you research well.

I read on a French hotel review site that only possibility is to reserve via mail or fax, there is apparently no email. An English-speaking reviewer who wrote recently sent a Fax, got a reply & request for 50Euros deposit, then never heard again until she got there. Room had been kept for her but she found it worrysome not to get confirmation.
Here are the address & price details:

Istituto San Giuseppe
Calle Mussato o Tasca, 5402 - 30122, Castello
Téléphone : +39 041 522 53 52
Télécopie : +39 041 522 48 91

40 euros par personne et par nuit

Good luck!

Re: Instituto San Giuseppe

by mccalpin

Per Lou's story, it is still not uncommon for low-tech places in Italy to be much more comfortable with the fax than email, so this story she relates is quite plausible and not a source of concern. The mosquitoes and bedbugs may be a different problem ;-)

Bill

Re: Instituto San Giuseppe

by Judiz

Hiya
thanks for your replies..yes i had read these reviews, but guess i was hoping for something more positive. think i will stick to Foresteria Valdese in that case. But thanks for taking the time to reply. Cheers Judi

Travel Tips for Venice

fragola del gelato due, per favore!"

by ukirsari

"fragola del gelato due, per favore" is our magic words in parli italiano. or "two strawberry ice cream, please ..." since gelato is our favourite during our visit in venice andwe're there in summertime. seems the only thing we want to have whilst walking along to tourist attractions is [are] gelato.

get lost in the maze-like...

by Svitata

get lost in the maze-like narrow streets! Even with a map, one is very likely to lose his way, but no fear, everyone else will just be as lost as you! You could try asking the locals for directions, but don't bet too much on it. The carnival like atmosphere...it's always full of activities and tourists all year round! Forget about going during the off-peak season because there is none!

So many picturesque spots

by sachara

You can walk for days in Venice and enjoy all the lovely spots. Not only the canals, bridges, squares, palaces, churches are wonderful, but also the houses are nice, like this one.

I liked the colours of the wall in combination with the colours of the windows and especially the abundant flowers. Just walk around and keep your eyes open for all those picturesque spots.

A great view from the Campanile

by globetrott

The Campanile is open only for a restricted time - so you better check upon arrival on St.Marcus Square.

Sometimes there are big queues of waiting tourists, sometimes its totally empty
. Take a look around also for the smaller islands and for places you like to see , when walking through Venice

Being that Vivaldi was born...

by slicentime

Being that Vivaldi was born here, one should listen to the 'Four Seasons' with earphones while gliding down the canals or while in musuems. It makes being there just a little bit better. Venice has brought to us history, music, art and gondolas.... Wow... What a remarkable city... Venice.

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