Castello di Roncade

Address: via Roma 141, Roncade, Veneto, 31056, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on via Roma 141, Roncade.
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      Day 10 Venice

      A travel blog entry by kathyhotz on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... identified. It is also the main place that Italian lace is made and some of it is absolutely fabulous. Hard to resist but really not use to me. Dinner was a seafood extravaganza. Lost count of the number of courses. Fried calamari was so tender mmmmm. Five of us were lucky enough to score a prize of a beautiful mask for posting photos on Facebook about our trip. Tomorrow we leave behind our island with one more boat trip back to the main land. Onto ...

      Now that's what I call breakfast cake 10

      A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... to get over wanting a decent cooked breakfast unless you go for an ex-pay cafe. The hotel breakfast has good potential to be ravished each morning, the staff spend most of the time chatting, it's the Italian way, I've noticed nothing gets in the way of a good chat particularly work ...

      Venice Day 2

      A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 02, 2014

      14 photos

      ... more beautiful materials. Most of Venice is build with wood and brick with more extravagant facades facing the areas that visitors see. Even the elaborate church displays only brick to areas of the palace that aren't typically seen by visitors. This may be another reason that Venetians are so proud of their masks. Don't get me wrong, though, the facades are _beautiful_. And very practical in a sinking city since wood and brick are forgiving to the shifting ...

      Murano and More Meandering

      A travel blog entry by andbrown on Nov 01, 2013

      6 photos

      ... waiters so service wasn't horribly fast, but we weren't in any rush and the food was decent.

      After lunch, we found the water bus station and hopped on the bus back to St. Mark's square. The bus was packed so we had to stand during the journey. It was fun to see Venice go by out the windows of the bus. One of the sights was the other side of the Arsenale military complex we had seen yesterday. Within half an hour, we were back at St. Mark's ...

      Venice Day One

      A travel blog entry by cervasquez on Sep 09, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the only way have people walking in both directions. The second thing I noticed was that all the hallway streets led to small plaza or bridge. The plazas were areas for the residents. there were small shops but the plazas were mostly to just hang out. As we kept walking I also realized that the major shopping area was mostly concentrated in a certain area. It wasn't spread out throughout Venice, if you want to buy something, you had to ...