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    I think you will find Venice expensive. Give the Hotel Cortina a try in Mestre, a two minute train ride outside Venice. It is conveniently located outside the train station, on the right-hand side of the street. I have stayed there on several occasions. You can take your breakfast at the train station before heading to Venice for the day. about 7 years ago

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    Thanks for the tip, I will check them out. I'm actually happy to pay the extra to be central, I want the experience of walking out the front door and being right there! about 7 years ago

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    Have you ever thought about staying with a local in Venice? I hosted a great Venetian guy named Carlo and he may be open to hosting you in Venice. You can see Carlo's Tripping profile here - https://www.tripping.com/profile/moschiton/info about 7 years ago

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    PS - If you want to hang out with Italian students and locals in Venice, I highly recommend visiting Campo Santa Margherita. It's off the tourist path and a fun spot at night - http://theveniceexperience.blogspot.com/2010/01/campo-santa-margharita.html about 7 years ago

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    you might also try http://www.airbnb.com - Venice is awesome BTW about 7 years ago

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    Thanks! I am already a couch surfer, I have joined tripping but haven't spent much time on it, I'll check it out now. Great ideas :) about 7 years ago

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    For the record, there aren't many couch surfing hosts to stay with in Venice, and air bnb wasn't so cheap. I ended up at an awesome hostel near the grand canal called the museum. I'd highly recommend it. about 7 years ago

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