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Sorry! Another Venice Hotel Location

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I'm debating budget hotels for our first 4 night visit to Venice at the beginning of December. I'm considering Ca' Arco Antico (San Polo, Calle del Forno--vaporetti stop San Silvestre) or Locanda ai Santi Apostoli (Cannaregio, off Strada Nuova--vaporetti stop Ca D'Oro).

Is there a significant difference in these two locations?--walkability, surrounding restaurant options etc. Both are well reviewed on TripAdvisor but I'm kind of losing my mind trying to decide.

We're good walkers and light packers and will be arriving and leaving by train. We're mainly interested in art and will be primarily visiting museums (Accademia, Ca Rezzonico) and churches.

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