From a canal bridge near Campo Santi Apostoli. Click to enlarge to really get the full effect!
One of the best parts of staying at Hotel Giorgione, our “home in Venice” is the warm hospitality of the quiet corner of Cannaregio where it’s found; this short video shows that Venice isn’t just the hustle-bustle crowded experience many folks complain about. If you know where you’re going, you’ll see the Venice that Venetians themselves experience: a post-work nip of prosecco, a quiet calle, and some fantastic cicchetti prepared with fresh local ingredients.
My favorite sestiere (Venice is dividing into six districts called sestiere) has some great restaurants. Here’s a quick peek at the table one of Doug’s tours enjoyed there. Looks and sounds festive! Who’s ready for un bicchhiere di vino?