Duca D'Aosta

Address: Piazza Duca d'Aosta 31, Mogliano Veneto, Veneto, 31021, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Piazza Duca d'Aosta 31, Mogliano Veneto, is near Scuola Grande di San Teodoro, Church of San Sebastiano, Teatro Toniolo, and Circolo Golf Venezia Lido.
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      Travel Blogs from Mogliano Veneto

      Goodbye from a Gondola

      A travel blog entry by serafina2 on May 29, 2014

      12 photos

      ... to ride for three more stops. Not that I minded. I love the water! So once we got to San Marco, we passed all these street venders and made our way to the other side of the church in the square, which is the Doge's Palace. Back in the 1500s, this half an acre of land was the most powerful in all of Europe, which is crazy to think! We actually went to the other side of the square before this to go into the Museo Correr, which is a museum filled with Venetian historical items. ...

      Time to head home

      A travel blog entry by kort_dougst on Dec 30, 2013

      2 photos

      ... a booth decided to switched the ropes to change the ratio of booths per passport type and our larger group now has only two booths to get us through and connect to our next plane. Tick, tick, tick.

      Well, we got through it, on a bus and ten minutes later we are standing in line at M46 with thirty minutes until the plane departs, but also with 150 other people waiting to board while the gate attendants are asking questions of each passenger, some ...

      My stay in Venice

      A travel blog entry by minecraftman on Sep 09, 2013

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... and eat ...

      Dylan Rush is right, it's like no other place

      A travel blog entry by lejb on Aug 26, 2012

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      ... It is then that you see the architecture in its full glory.

      And then we went across to the Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale). It was incredible! Walking into the courtyard, you are taken aback by the sheer size of the palace but also by the delicate, intricate detail of the buildings – another feature of Venetian beauty. The Palace was the centre of the Venetian court up until the 18th century (when Venice finally became part of Italy ...


      A travel blog entry by vveurope on Aug 20, 2012

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      ... they are trained and they practice their skill for when they are adults. After buying an pair of glass earings we headed to the Venice lace shop. This is the only true venetian lace business left. It has actually become a school where people learn the skill at a young age. It was very impressive to learn how lace is made by hand and we even saw a piece that was made by 7 women and took 8 months to complete and it was only 975 euros - considering the labor I thought that was ...