Flama Hotel

Address: Via Antonio Scarpa 20, Treviso, Veneto, 31100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Antonio Scarpa 20, Treviso.
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        Travel Blogs from Treviso

        Treviso, Rugby, Venice and the Suitcase Idiot,

        A travel blog entry by rhidianmorgan on Sep 19, 2015

        2 comments, 32 photos

        ... rags, go out for dinner and go for a night cap or two at a bar like this. You can't help but notice that there are a lot of very stylish people here. It is pretty impossible to have a game of 'Spot the Chav'. The beer festival is still on so that's our final stop. Tonight Italy v France being shown on the big screen, but sadly the game doesn't go Italy's way. We have a couple of beers and an Arancini ball for supper. Then it's off to bed as we are off to Florence in the ...

        How to understand Venice in Venet!

        A travel blog entry by pelicanopaulos on Oct 07, 2014

        A funny part of walking by in Venice is that the street vocabulary is diferente from every other Italian city due to its own dialect – the Venet – that still remains all over the street signs. To help you get used to them, here are the names you may find:

        Ca' – abbreviated form of the term casa that is used in Venetian for a palace, private residence or museum (like Ca’ Rezzonico ...

        Sail away

        A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 20, 2014

        ... exploring and of course doing safety drills. It was so big that we hardly saw any of it. I even think it's the biggest cruise ship I've ever been on. It was so funny at the safety drill as we all had to put on our life jackets and everyone looked really funny in them. It was then time for tea and we ate in the restaurant. The food was really nice and everyone enjoyed their meals. By the end of the day I was super tired so I went to ...

        Murano,Burano & Torcello Islands

        A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 06, 2014

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... famous for its lace but also for the fisherman's houses painted in bright colours. Gorgeous. Wish we could have had longer there. The last one was Torcello the first centre of civilisation in the estuary. Only the Cathedral with its magnificent mosaics and church of S Fosca remain as testimony to its former glory. Arrived back at Venice at 1.45 and then ...

        Venice — Day 3

        A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 12, 2013

        ... local affair with stalls packed with fruit and veg, as well as wet fish stalls carrying recently and even not-yet deceased seafood. Apart from a few camera-wielding tourists the crowds are mainly middle-aged locals doing their daily shop. After we emerge at the other end of the market we head for a highly-rated cicchetti place we have heard of, tucked away in a back street. Cicchetti are small snacks that you eat with ...