While in… Venice

Ok sleuths, do you remember the answer to this Tuesday Trivia?


When I played The Phantom of Venice, I loved this room. I thought it was so cool to have a home several stories high in the middle of a city surrounded by a canal. It’s so unique! Someday I would love to visit Venice in real life and experience many Nancy Drew moments here, like eating gelato and shooing away pigeons. Maybe I will add “catching phantoms” and “play Scopa” on my to-do list.

-Little Jackalope

16 responses to “While in… Venice”

  1. Jenny D. says:

    Ca’ Nascosta?

  2. ILUVNANCY!!! says:

    Ca Nascosta!

  3. Daniel says:


  4. Chas. says:

    In less than two weeks, I’m going on this big trip to Europe to see Paris, Rome, Florence, and Barcelona (no Venice unfortunately but still fun and Nancy worthy). I may even bring a Dieter costume to take a selfie on a bench in Paris for the contest. If only I could convey my fake accent in the pic!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Awesome! Take lots of pictures! Especially if you encounter any Nancy Drew moments. 😉

  5. The Ca’. I think. Did you ever get the pictures I sent in?

  6. Rema says:

    Hi! I sent you a letter a while back and was wondering if you ever got it safely! U Rock ~ your biggest fan

  7. ND's #1 Fan says:

    The Ca Nascosta! Haha I love VEN trivia…and everything that’s even remotely related to that game LOL 😛
    And I actually have a Scopa deck! It’s really fun 🙂

  8. SpyGirl says:

    Ca Nascosta!

  9. koxrel says:

    Ca’ Nascosta)

  10. NANCYGEEK says:

    the Ca’ Nascosta. The Phantom of Venice is a really cool game, it’s a fav of mine. I also really liked how i that game you got to learn a little Italian, eat yummy things, and dress Nancy up. (that was sooooooo cool) I have a list of places i wanna go some day, and Venice is on it. (:
    (btw i once saw gelato at the store and got it right away- it was really good!)

  11. Marianne says:

    The Ca Nascosta? Did I spell that right? ;D I loved that room too! Along with Nancy’s room at her house, and her room at the Hotel in Scotland… ya’ll do a great job “setting the mood” with awesome scenery!

  12. Joey says:

    The Ca Nascosta is the name of the building Nancy stayed in The Phantom of Venice.

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