Residenza degli Angeli

Santa Croce 2325, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy
Residenza degli Angeli
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B&B near Rialto Bridge

by kroy1811


Plan to go to Venice, and can you recommed a nice and well located, preferably near the fame Rialto Bridge ?


Re: B&B near Rialto Bridge

by chopinplayer

We just returned from a trip to Europe a couple of weeks ago. We stayed in Venice for 2 nights & we loved our b&B which was Residenza degli Angeli. It was pretty near Rialto Bridge. You get off at San Silvestro but is very close to the Rialto Bridge. Clean & very reasonably priced.

Re: B&B near Rialto Bridge

by nyonnetti

I am going to Venice in October and staying at a B&B called Casa Cosmo. Of course I haven't been yet to tell you how nice it is, but it got great reviews on trip and also made it in to Rick Steve's Guide book. It is about 140 euro/night and claims it is minutes from the Rialto Bridge. Here is their website:

Travel Tips for Venice

St. Marks square where...

by Kodi01

St. Marks square where Italians come to chat, shop and eat. (along with the many pidgeons)

From the square, you can wonder to the many wonderful shopping boutiques. Inside the Basillica of St Marks Cathedral is many mosaics which tell stories and the most impressive sight was the gold and precious gems and St Marks remains inside the church just brought me to tears.


Gondola Making - A Dying Art?

by JetlagCity

I took a tour of a gondola shop, or squero, where they make those asymmetrical boats Venice is famous for. They used to be the locals' regular transportation, but now are only used by tourists. I was surprised and saddened to learn that fewer and fewer people are going into the business of gondola making.

The gondolier who spoke with us was married to the daughter of the gondola shop owner. He said you could count the squeros left in Venice on one hand, and that no one new is taking up the profession these days. He explained how gondolas are made by hand using numerous different kinds of wood for different parts, and how you'd have to apprentice for years to really learn how to make them well. I don't know what they'll do when no one's left to make them or repair them anymore... ? One of my most romantic memories is of watching a couple tango-dancing on the steps of the Salute Church, which led right down into the water. I was in a gondola, complete with accordian player and singer, the moon was out, and the church was all lit up at night... fantastic!!!

Punta della Dogana

by croisbeauty

Punta della Dogana, named after the old Custom of the Venice Republic, stretches out into St. Mark's Basin, separating the Canal Grande from the Canal Guidecca. It is where the Baroque Chiesa della Madonna della Salute is situated, one of the most beautiful churches of Venice.

Garbage pick-up

by Rhondaj

Venetians set their trash out daily except for Sundays. Our landlady warned us not to set it out until morning or the animals get into it. Well, we didn't, but just about everyone else did, including the restaurants (with lots of garbage). We were awoken every morning by the squabling, squawking seagulls fighting over the best bits.

The trash boats are green (I have a picture somewhere-I'll hunt it up). Men run up and down the narrow streets with carts collecting the trash, when full, they wheel it back to the boat. The boat picks it up with this big claw and dumps it into a big dumpster on board the boat.

Then off go the guys again with the cart. The trash boat slowly moves down the canal to the next street.

Yes, this entertainment is free in your local neighborhood...

Packing List

by giampiero6

Bring a small backpack for walking around during the day. A light carry-able or rolling bag is good for when you arrive. You will not want to lug heavy bags with you. Wear comfortable shoes. You will be walking around a lot. (AND LOVING IT) I am hot tired and grumpy because Lisa made me go shopping for about 9 hours this day. Our friends loved the little gifts though. Glass necklaces etc. make cool gifts and can be easily carried.


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