All'Angelo Hotel Ristorante

Address: Via Postumia, 19/21, Ponte di Piave, Veneto, 31047, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Postumia, 19/21, Ponte di Piave, is near Bottega Veneta.
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      Not much wifi so sorry for few entries

      A travel blog entry by gilliankey on Jun 05, 2014

      6 comments

      ... loved it!
      We all tried different things, I had goose leg confit also for the first time and it was quite superb! All the meals were good and the house wine lovely, what a good way to end a brilliant week of celebration.
      Last ice creams were had later in the afternoon and our usual meal of cold meats, cheeses, bread, heavenly tomatoes and a salad was dinner,with an apple and chocolate tart ��thrown in to stretch our overfilled bellies even more!
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      Venice and Murano!

      A travel blog entry by chella on Mar 26, 2014

      15 photos

      ... they had my favorite! Moechi....soft shelled crab! It quickly became Suzie's favorite! Suzie had a large bowl of clams and we shared 2 types of fish, see bass and orata! This was followed by dessert wine and busola(secret recipe on Murano which you do not get very often)! Maurizio and Sergio joined us halfway thru our meal. We had many laughs! Off to the vaparetto to get back to Venice as we are leaving for Lugano, Switzerland in the ...

      Venice

      A travel blog entry by rojaleca on Sep 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... it was cooling down a bit, I headed out to get some dinner, with a plan to tour the Jewish Ghetto at dusk. On my way, a waiter convinced me to eat at his outdoor bistro by the church that houses the remains of St Lucy. He and his colleagues were very entertaining. I had a nice meal starting with an antipasti platter of dried ham and melon (which surprisingly works well together!), gnocchi in a tomato ragu, and tiramisu for dessert. Then ...

      My life officially got Italian Job Certified.

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Jul 24, 2013

      ... bridge for such a sorry fate of individualsL: Welcome to Venice. It's a pretty city, you said it yourself.M: No kidding.
      So that was that, a little depressing thinking that individuals look at the marvelous bridge I just looked at and think of it as the last time they ever breathed freedom. Half an hour later, I was in a much happier place.I was sitting on a bus...as in a water bus...a ferry, but not really. You have to be there to get it.Anyways, I was on ...

      Wet and wild in Venice

      A travel blog entry by jane.varmecky on Jun 03, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... teacher) and I all bought a water bus pass for 24 hours and it was very helpful. I think next year it's going to be recommended that a water bus pass be something that is included. Anyway, we walked the first day in the rain to San Marco Plaza and it was such a fast walk that included climbing up and down bridges that we were drenched and exhausted when we arrived there. The entry to the cathedral was so flooded that we couldn't get into it. ...