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Venice experts - need your help . . .

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Hello:
We've been to Venice before but it's been several years.

I'm thinking of changing our existing hotel reservation because the hotel does not have AC and because of health issues, I'm afraid - even in October, we'll need at least the option of AC.

I found a hotel on Expedia - The SANT'ELENA HOTEL (actually a Best Western hotel which would not be my first choice) - looks lovely, gets great reviews on tripadvisor and has rooms for a little over $200/night.

However, this hotel is in Castello - towards the "tip" - about .5 miles from San Marco - not a very central location.

We don't mind walking - but is this really out of the way when it comes to dinners, strolling at night, etc.

I may be overthinking this, but any help is much appreciated!

Thanks,
Carol

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