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Love your suggestions as we have made 10 stops from Barcelona to Venice. Hello Doug.

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Unfortunately, I do not have any specific restaurants to recommend in Venice. We use Trip Advisor to find highly rated restaurants. Be aware of the coperto in Venice, a fee for just sitting down in a restaurant. Not all restaurants have this. You can ask the staff about the coperto, if they have one, before you sit down.

Cheers, Julie. Thank you for all your suggestions!

Short stays (14 days to 5 months) for foreign researchers

I have used your blog for several trips now and I love the way you organize and lay things out! Your suggestions are always great and I have never been let down! Thank you so much for your wonderfully kind words regarding our blog! Hi Julie.

A Short Stay in Hell by Steven L. Peck

What an informative blog you write. As an inexperienced traveller I have so many questions!

We will have 2 days in Venice in Late September. We are booked on the ferry from Venice to Pula departing at 5pm. Can you advise were we could store our luggage for the day? I was leaning towards staying in Dursoduro. Thanks in advance for your help. Most likely your hotel in Venice can hold your luggage after you check out. We do this a lot. Contact your hotel to confirm. Your next option is to store your luggage in the train station, but this will eat up a lot of your time, taking your luggage back and forth to the train station.

So, try your hotel first, but in our experience, this has always worked out for us. I am planning to stay in Venice for a couple of days before I go ahead and start my new Job in Rome. Thanks for these tips! We stayed there and the kids loved it. You have to travel by bus, but to us it was not a problem. And Venezia was great.

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We really liked Burano. There is something to see just everywhere. I just love your website and down to earth, practical advice for travelers. My husband and I are planning to visit Italy this October and I have been perusing your site. It is wonderful! What a treasure to have such a resource at our fingertips. I have some questions, which I will email when I formulate them.


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