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Eats near Cipriani Hotel in Venice

Tbird1980 Apr 16, 2008 11:32 AM

Traveling to Venice soon and staying at the Cipriani Hotel. Any "not to be missed" places near there? Thanks!

  1. toitoi Apr 16, 2008 04:21 PM

    You're staying on the island of Giudecca. Do you want off island, or walk to? I assume you are aware that the Cipriani has a boat that goes over to San Marco. The hotel itself has FORTUNY.and CIP'S CLUB.

    On the island: ALTANELLA, Calle delle Erbe - RISTORANTE MISTRA, Giudecca 212a -

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    1. re: toitoi
      Tbird1980 Apr 17, 2008 06:59 AM

      Thanks so much! All I know is that I am supposed to go over to the hotel's posted signage and wait for a little boat to come and get me. I am planning to eat at the hotel but would also like to get out and see the sights as well. Walking would be great since I am only staying a few extra days there to finish up a 2 week cruise around the Med and we all know how much eating happens on a boat! :)

      Any suggestions for Florence or Barcelona?

      1. re: Tbird1980
        toitoi Apr 18, 2008 12:59 PM

        If you're only in Barcelona as a cruise stop, I recommend 7 Portes at 7, passeig d'Isabel II. Upscale and good food. http://www.7puertas.com

        If you have more time, El Cangrejo Loco at Port Olimpic - Moll de Gregal, 29-30. http://www.elcangrejoloco.com Great seafood.

        1. re: toitoi
          Tbird1980 Apr 18, 2008 09:54 PM

          Thanks! I am planning to bike the attractions and be back in time for a nice meal. I believe we stay at each port for quite awhile since all of the destinations are so close together.

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