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Stay in Mainland Venice or on the island - have to take Thello in evening?

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We (a couple) am going to Venice for 1.5-2 days (last week march) from Florence (by train) and then taking the overnight Thello to Paris around 7pm. There is a nice B&B i found in Favaro Veneto area (for 80$) but I am not sure if it might spoil the fun given its in Mainland Venice. The factors I want to consider are
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1. We'll have decent amount of luggage (1 big roller bags of 14-15/kgs) and 2 bagpacks of ~7 kgs. Someone advised it's hard to carry luggage till island??
2. Arriving from Florence at noon and have to take Thello for paris - overnight
3. Would definitely like to explore the San Marco area in day.
4. Budget is 70-90$/night

Would you recommend the place http://www.casadellerose.net/ or should I look for places in central island only?

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