Eurhotel Mirano

Address: Via Cavin di Sala 282, Mirano, Veneto, 30035, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Cavin di Sala 282, Mirano, is near Scuola Grande di San Teodoro, Church of San Sebastiano, and Teatro Comunale Villa dei Leoni.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Mirano

    Venezia - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jul 10, 2015

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... night. I ventured out onto one of the walkways into the canal to take a photo of a singer on a gondola and got abused for making the walkway shake - the toad was taking a time-lapse photo. Too bad, I said and took my photo.

    Back to the hotel and closed the shutters to block out the daylight and soon bedtime. The accountant is adding all today's expenditure to the spreadsheet. I'm not game to look. Best thing for me to do is jump under the covers. ...

    Day 201

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Feb 18, 2015

    13 photos

    ... passed another couple if gondolas, each gondolier shouting out to warn that they were approaching each other or turning a corner. Out on the Grand Canal the water was quite choppy as water taxis and buses ferried people around the city. Before we knew it we were back where we started, it was a lovely experience. We returned back to Dream Catcher and Les walked Logan whilst I prepared some blogs, we then cooked an Italian recipe from our new recipe book before plotting our next ...

    Mykonos to first day in Venice

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Aug 28, 2014

    12 photos

    ... San Marco about the centre of the islands that we all recognise Venice for. There are no vehicle of any sort including bicycles, the occasional exception being hand drawn sack barrows and carts. The place where we were dropped off at was thronging with people and the ferry's full with long queues and people moving in all directions. It was like an underground rail service on water. We couldn't see anyone to assist so Craig decided to walk believing ...


    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Jun 23, 2014

    13 photos

    ... total of 85,000 sq ft of mosaics. The Rialto Bridge was the only bridge on the a Grand Canal from the time it was built in 1588 until a couple more bridges were built the 1800's. Despite all the old buildings that have been treasured, they didn't have such a great sense of history as they pulled down the home of Marco Polo in the 1800's to build a theatre. In St Marks Cathedral no photos are allowed but this didn't stop many people. Our guide ...

    Enough of the Adventures.

    A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jun 02, 2014


    ... far we have had similar experiences at Dubai, Paris, Bellagio, Monterosso and now Venice, although the extent varies from place to place. We are finding that at each new city or town it takes a while to get used to the new situation and at times we have almost regretted having had to leave the previous city. However in every case we have settled in and got used to the new surroundings and then have wished we could stay longer. The moral of the story is that to ...