Adriatic Palace Hotel

via Vittorio Veneto n. 2, Jesolo Lido, Veneto, 30016, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on via Vittorio Veneto n. 2, Jesolo Lido, is near Aqualandia.
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    Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido

    Venice - day 20 the finale

    A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 21, 2014

    49 photos

    ... retrieve it. We stayed back to finish our drinks, and watched the drama unfold, we couldn't see the whole thing, but there was some climbing, a stick, and perhaps a passing boat.... Either way we recovered the ball and started calling it "Wilson", you know, like from the movie castaway? We then head over to dinner at a great place where we sat in the garden with paper table cloths and plastic chairs, very low stress with the kids which was good, since with 4 of them,,, well,,, ...

    Venice, Virtuosos, and Vivaldi

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 09, 2013

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... of the streets turn back before going forward. After 50 minutes, we arrived at the Ateneo di San Basso, the venue for tonight’s concert.

    The Ateneo di San Basso was built in 1076 making it one of the oldest churches in Venice. The concert was fantastic paying tribute to Vivaldi (who was born in Venice) and his chums (Puccini and Verdi). We were very lucky to experience this concert in this historic place as not only were the ensemble and musical formation ...

    Falling in love with Venice

    A travel blog entry by marioz on Oct 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... the Grand Canal and eventually to Murano where they do the glass blowing. We watched a guy blowing glass for a while but it was just before lunch so they didn't do it for long. We looked around at some of the stalls and I bought a wine stopper. From there we walked over a couple of bridges to find the number 12 water taxi to take us to Burano. What an amazing place. Full of bridges and canals but also lovely colourful buildings. We saw some ...

    Venice to Barcelona on th Norwegian Spirit: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by delily on Jul 06, 2013

    ... of this group. One on piano, the other on drums. They did popular songs that people know and like but their style was odd, difficult to describe, and not to our taste.Activities: This, in my opinion, is the weakest aspect of this cruise. Even on "at sea" days there was no increase or variety of activities. Activities were always the same or similar and ranged from game shows such as "Deal or No Deal" and Bingo ...

    From Tuscany's Hills to the Canals of Venice

    A travel blog entry by diandron on Jun 22, 2013

    48 photos

    ... of any city. Instead of the typical vehicular racket, all you can hear are birds, the muffled sounds of marine engines, and the actual voices of people. Visually, as one descends the steps of the relatively modern station (built in 1954), the Grand Canal opens in front of you, as does a series of colorful, crowded docks and ticket booths. We're at one of the docks of Venice's public transit system, i.e., the passenger stops for a fleet ...