Antony Hotel

Via Orlanda 182, Mestre, Veneto, 30030 , Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mestre

Venice and meet the Tour Group

A travel blog entry by shadowheart

Spend the day in Venice and around 6:30 take the train from Venezia Santa Lucia to Venezia Mestre and taxi to Hotel Antony - to join the Burnsville Band Tour Group and eat at the hotel


A travel blog entry by kathyfam


... convenient. We had time for a wander around a little of Venice before finding somewhere to eat. Found a little restaurant in a little back alley called Antico Panificio. It was very foggy when we left the next morning. We got the fast train first class to Milano Centrale Station. The fast trains can travel up to 200 km per hour. Almost too fast to look out the window and watch the scenery - at least for me! The trip took just over 2 hours. ...


A travel blog entry by lauratravelz


... wandering around and sitting in the fleeting sun to hear about the different historical buildings.

I watched the Moore figures donging the bell repeatedly at the top of the clock tower at midday, and the bell ringing on the top of the tall bell tower. I particularly enjoyed listening to the four piece orchestras playing at the historic Cafe Florian, which I also peeked inside, and one opposite on the other side.

Hungry, I walked to ...

Final Day in Venice

A travel blog entry by pathfinder35


... and to stand on the outside mezzanine by the 4 horses overlooking St Mark's Square. It was again a sunny day, if a bit cooler at 8 degrees.

For lunch, we ate at a 'osteria' called Ai Srorti. I had the 'tagliolini with scrimp and zucchini while Andy had the pizza with artichoke. mushrooms and ham - both very tasty and cheap at 8 E each. I also had a small glass of house wine for 2E. It was the cheapest lunch we had in Venice, even including the 2E each cover charge ( ...

Day 1 - ITALY!

A travel blog entry by laurelfisher

... our guide and the rest of the French travelers. As soon as our guide began talking, I realized that it was a French tour and they would be explaining everything in French. Since I'm still not fluent, it would be a very interesting week, to say the least. We arrived at our hotel. My sister and I found our room and settled in. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Marco Polo Airport area of Mestre, is near Campo del Ghetto, Dante d'Essai, Piscina Comunale Sant'Alvise, and Teatro Corso.
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