Hotel Centrale

Address: Piazzale Donatori di Sangue 14, Mestre, Veneto, 30170, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Piazzale Donatori di Sangue 14, Mestre, is near Church of San Sebastiano.
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      Fine del viaggio in bicicletta

      A travel blog entry by bellrouse on Jul 25, 2014

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... Unfortunately, the calm did not last. Twenty kilometers in, the directions, map, and directional arrows on sign posts diverged. Oh dear!!! What were we to do? At first we followed the map, but that was dicey because it only includes a few street names. So then we followed the red and green arrows, but they took us off the map route. By 1:30 we were lost and hungry. We had the phone number for the tour company, but ...

      Days 23-25: Bologna, Padua, Venice, Montepulciano

      A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 26, 2013

      6 photos

      ... piano-accordion busker playing on the street. After this, we walked through the market place, where I was overwhelmed by the vibrant colours of the fresh fruit and vegetables. I kept thinking that I would love to live here for a while and be able to buy food at these markets and cook with them. The tomatoes were the reddest tomatoes I have ever seen! We bought a punnet of strawberries, which were deliciously sweet (although I still think the Scottish ones were slightly ...

      Venice and the spritz

      A travel blog entry by izwhizz on Jun 22, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Batista I believe it's called. I asked for what I thought was a rose pointing eagerly to another customers pinky drink. Turns out its called spritz and it is a delicious drink of prosecco (from Veneto region), aparol (a sweet version of Campari) and a squirt of soda water. Mixed with ice, two slices of orange and an olive on a stick. It is, quite simply, exceptional. We took ours away and sat by the canal watching the over-stuffed ...

      Day 3 - Day of contrasts

      A travel blog entry by sukki1975 on Jan 01, 2013

      1 photo

      ... flush but the 'pan' is about 1 foot high. What the ... again why? I've been racking my brains to try to understand the reasoning and I just can't, can any Italian out there explain it to me? It appeared to be the same height in the gents toilet and surely the chances of 'splashback' must be very high due to the very low pan? How on earth do they cope on a daily basis? All I can say is that the women of Venice must have very good thighs. Today I found that I needed to visit a ...

      Venezia to Roma

      A travel blog entry by arniephillips on Jun 26, 2012

      1 photo

      ... most beautiful remote scenery in the land, but once they get near any towns they are obliged to deviate through run down, dilapidated, industrialized zones. The landscape has been lovely, but the industrial district of Firenze is a poor neighbor to Michelangelo's "David". By the way: At the train station today an "Italian stallion" said to Jane as we passed by "Ciao, beautiful!", to which Jane replied (thanks to the Italian she's managed to pick up in the 3 days here) ...