Within each sestiere the buildings are numbered in a sequence that makes sense solely to the functionaries of the post office - it's possible to find houses facing each other which have numbers separated by hundreds. Venetian addresses are conventionally written as the street name followed by the sestiere followed by the number - eg Calle Vallaresso, San Marco 1312. Sometimes, though, the sestiere is placed before the street, and sometimes the street is omitted altogether, which makes the place impossible to find. To maximize the convenience of the guide, we've listed hotels, restaurants and bars under headings which correspond to our section divisions. However, wherever a full postal address is given in the guide, obviously the sestiere name is the one given; thus in a few instances you will find a place listed under a heading which does not correspond to the postal address - for example, a bar on the edge of the eccentrically defined sestiere of Cannaregio may appear under the heading "Castello".
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