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Going on a Cruise from Venice HELP!!! with hotels and attractions

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Im really lost and clueless of where to stay and go on Venice. We are taking a cruise from Venice and we'll be arriving 3 days prior to the cruise. We really want to maximize our time and we are looking for a centric location that will be easy to go in an out considering that my husband is legally blind (he can see a bit but walks with a cane) and we will be taking our 10 month old baby. ANY advise will be greatly appreciate it.

We read online that Venice hotels can be tricky as they are not all accessible by cars and walking might be hard considering the stroller and my husband cane. We will like something "nice" at least 3 stars (better if they are 5 LOL).

We also need to know what to visit and what are just "tourist traps".

Thanks in advance to all of you who provide guidance to us.

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