Aldo Moro Hotel

via G. Marconi, 27, Montagnana, Veneto, 35044, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on via G. Marconi, 27, Montagnana.
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    Travel Blogs from Montagnana

    Mozzies - we all hate mozzies!!

    A travel blog entry by seize-the-day on Jul 06, 2010

    Nick had a bit of mind melt in the middle of the night and decided that we must bring the awning in as the wind was picking up, so at 3am we were outside in our pyjamas winding the awning in, as quietly as possible so as not to wake all our neighbours, and putting down the table, just in-case it blew away!!!! I was still hoping when I woke up in the morning that it had all been a dream but alas it was real!!! The wind hadn't picked up, the little tents who managed ...

    New Years' in Venice

    A travel blog entry by lecklund on Jan 03, 2007

    ... reception which could be noisy he said, and I said that's fine I'll take it, I was so relieved to have somewhere to go. I didn't realize that Venice is a very popular place to go for Christmas and New Years. The little hotel is easy to find, I took a Vaporetti, a water bus, to Cal dell Oro and walked according to the map (thanks Elaine and Jo for the Venice map!) and found it right away, a first for me! There are so many tourists on the Vaporetti, ...

    To Ride or Not to Ride?

    A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Aug 11, 2006

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... I think they were just being kind because they knew our predicament, and we made plans to all meet at the sculpture if the answer was "yes." After our trip to the island of Murano to see its glass factories, we went to the top of the Campanile in St. Mark's Square and enjoyed the amazing view it lent. We went to dinner, and then headed to a church to hear Vivaldi's "Four Seasons." This is my absolute favorite piece of classical music, and it was hair-raising to hear the ...

    Frustrating day

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Jul 28, 2006

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    ... So to pass time at the station I; cut my toe nails, painted them, dried my damp towels, slept, read a book, did some Sudoko puzzles, ate and drank. Finally arrived in Montagnana and found the hostel. It has moved from a previous location, but all the signs in town still point to the old location. I buzzed the buzzer and was told I couldn't check in until 5!!!! It was now 2pm, I was ****** off and irritated, on the web site it didn't say ...

    Venice the Menace!

    A travel blog entry by drewap on Jul 25, 2006

    ... witty and wonderful people. Then Hastie and I went to play with Contiki drunks. ·Oops, played silly funboys on travel night and had to stay in Venice an extra day, to hungover and tired to travel ·Heard the greatest Hastieism yet, we were at a table talking music with a table full of Aussie punters, then the conversation moved to favourite radio stations after much discussion Hastie enters the debate with, "You guys might not believe ...