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Venice question: Lido or not?

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Planning our third trip to Venice and it will be very brief--two days. We've stayed in the Dorsodoro area (liked it a lot) and the other I don't remember, except that it was just behind the Operahouse--a little off the beaten path, if there is such a thing in Venice :)

I know nothing about the Lido, except that what I'm reading makes it appear to be a separate island from the rest of Venice, which would mean a Vaporetto every time we want to go to the rest of Venice. Once of the things we enjoy is wandering over the many little bridges over the small canals and narrow streets in the little neighborhoods.

If we stayed in the Lido would we miss all that? Am I understanding it correctly?

Thanks very much!
Mel

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