Boscolo Hotel Airone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Boscolo Hotel Airone Chioggia
Travel Blogs from Chioggia
... any allowance for those of us who were clearly struggling with suitcases. After exhausting my patience, I used every foreign phrase of "excuse me" whilst pushing through the crowds. I am hoping that is my first and only gripe about people whilst travelling. We were following the hotel's very clear directions on how to find the place, checking the map with some regularity. Then we discovered we were actually on the right side of the canal when we got off the ferry. ...
... break- down our transfer didn't happen . We just caught a taxi no problem and reserved a table as Garry was starving . Our accommodation in Bale ,Hotel La Grisa is known as "gastronomic heaven " . By the time we arrived it was 10.00 pm and we had only had half a toasted sandwich each and 2 tarts which I stole from breakfast. Indulge me while I tell you what we had for dinner - Main meal - Beef steak in Porto ...
... and Ron are trying to help the Germans whilst keeping an eye on the brief bikini on the other side of the boat! Finally the couple fall in the water and he very quickly hops up the oyster laden wall and gets out...meanwhile she does not have the strength and remains flailing in the canal! Ian and Ron, let go of the boat ropes, desert the Germans and run to help the girl, forming a human chain to ensure there is not a scratch on ...
... consider the hassle that it saved us. Into the terminal, checked in, was directed to the VIP lounge, cool I thought, but when we got over there we were denied access. No big deal, I hadn't expected it in the first place. Boarding group #1, we followed the VIP lounge folk and happily boarded the Magic. We were applauded as we entered Caricoa's for being the first cruisers there. Very happily found my lamb chops. yummy..... ...
... by Titian, Tintoretto and Veronese and other famous 15th, 16th and 17th century Italian artists. Next stop was a bite of lunch sitting in the beautiful sunshine in a "campiello" (smaller than a campo which is smaller than a piazzale, which is smaller than a piazza...I think) beside a canal. The Peggy Guggenheim museum was a stark contrast to the Accademia. Filled with 20th century art including sculpture, paintings ...