Antony Palace Hotel

Address: Via Enrico Mattei 26, Marcon, Veneto, 30020, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Enrico Mattei 26, Marcon, is near Venice 2000, Dante d'Essai, Teatro Corso, and Circolo Golf Venezia Lido.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Antony Palace Hotel Marcon

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Marcon

    Sweat, sweat, some more sweat and some canals

    A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Jul 25, 2013

    1 comment

    ... my trip in my backpack. We decided to start heading back towards our shuttle meeting point with plenty of time to spare, lucky, because we got really, really lost heading in the total opposite direction! Once back on the right path we stopped for lunch choosing the restaurant based on how cool the aircon was. I had pasta with basil and olive oil and it was so delicious. Afterwards I got a mint gelato for dessert which was also very delicious. My mate was booked on an earlier ...

    Venice Doesn't Disappoint

    A travel blog entry by ppcase on Oct 06, 2011

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    ... marble palaces along the Grand Canal, with reflections that seemed to glow in the canal’s waterway.


    If we could find a fountain in Venice that would exchange coins for guaranteed passage back to this special Italian City in the future we would have gladly participated. Fountain of not, we’re sure that Venice will be near the top of the wish list for our future travel planning.


    Ciao from the edge of the Adriatic Sea near Italy.


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    Gazillions of pidgeons

    A travel blog entry by teetravels on Oct 02, 2007

    ... and bridges. Lots of cobblestone and steps – no streets for cars. No wonder Italians are so thin! They have to walk everywhere! Every now and then, we’d get a good whiff of the sewer. Not a good thing.

    We finally found our way to Piazza San Marco with the tall bell tower, Campanile, and the clock tower. This is where the pigeons hang out. Truly! Gazillions of them everywhere, and they are not afraid of people. ...