Hotel Grand Italia Residenza d'Epoca
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All aboard the 9408 to Venice after our last wholesome breakfast in Florence. We realise our first class tickets not only give us complimentary snacks but also a glass of sparkling! We think the train hostess was quite amused that we all took up the offer of free sparkling at 10am. After a quick and comfortable 2 hour ride we arrived in Venice. The train station was abuzz with tourists and after getting our map of the island we ...
... to us all. As the day wore on, the sun came out of hiding and warmed us to the core. All of the tourists were peeling off layers trying to stay cool. There was only one solution to the problem of the ever-increasing heat around us: a gondola ride! We met Giorgio, a nice man who offered to take us through the watery streets of Venice (for a fee, of course). It was a welcome rest from the walking and it was a highlight of the day for all of us. As we ...
... and a mista salad between the two of us. We walked around Murano for a while, and did a bit of shopping. It was a really nice, quiet pace, and much less crowded than Venice. We then headed back to the hotel in Mestre to get ready and went for dinner at this pizza place just down the street that was delicious but very cheap!! We got a half a litre of wine for 5 euro. And I had a pizza with walnuts, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Grand Italia Residenza d'Epoca Padua
First room was smoky. Changed rooms which helped. Bike storage room was toxic. Big cracks in building and peeling paint in room. Far from center of city.
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