Campeggio Paradiso

Address: Via A. Barbarigo 133 - Loc. Sottomarina, Chioggia, Veneto, 30019, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via A. Barbarigo 133 - Loc. Sottomarina, Chioggia.
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Travel Blogs from Chioggia

Venetian Dreams

A travel blog entry by leprovost on Sep 08, 2014

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... body when she emerges from the water. Trish and I are sitting on the boat like two spectators watching a tennis match and looking from side to side with great hilarity! No sooner do we get over all of this than a group of mature ladies cycle past us and are obviously overwhelmed by Capitano Yano and his mates because one of them steers into the gutter and falls off her bike (almost causing a domino effect of ladies in the gutter!). ...

First stop in Italy: Venice!

A travel blog entry by akreyling on Apr 12, 2014

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April 12th-14th 2014 We arrived at the airport at 7:15 am on Saturday. It wasn't that bad not sleeping on the plane because i had a seat window and saw the Swiss Alps coming through the clouds and it was so cool, it looked liked islands sitting on top of the clouds. At this point I had about an hour of sleep since Thursday night. We had to buy our bus ticket to bring us to the main train station that is right near our hostel. Before we got on the bus, we had to change, brush ...

Lyon to Venice

A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 10, 2013

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... is good. We order simple dishes, taking the chance to have a break from the mega eating fest that has been our sojourn in France. I order veal scallopina in a white wine sauce, and Yalini has a spicy and tasty penne arrabiata. We accompany this with a side order of simple grilled vegetables and half a litre of the house red, which turns out to be a soft and fruity Italian Merlot. No entrée and no dessert — we're practically on a ...


A travel blog entry by rlm171ataol on Jul 13, 2013

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... Check in to our hotel in time to change for dinner. Per usual in Italy, for starters, 2 plates of pasta at each table. Found out later first course was bow tie pasta with tomato and vegetable sauce. Fantastic. Entree was Turkey, veg & potatoes and were not liked by our group. Fabulous ???? cream pie. ...


A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Jun 25, 2013

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... this too funny for two reasons a) he isn't coming all this way for a post secondary education and b) surely not with his Dad.

We found ourselves a nice wine bar on our way back from our walking adventure. I love that people have wine at breakfast, lunch and dinner and anytime in between.

The night was uneventful, we were feeling the jet lag so had a nap, chilled out and before we knew it, it was 10pm. Jeremy needed to eat..... So off we ...