Hotel Centrale

P le Donatori Di Sangue 14 , Mestre, Veneto, 30170, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on P le Donatori Di Sangue 14 , Mestre, is near Church of San Sebastiano.
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    Venice it time for a new hat

    A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Jul 05, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... around museums. When the museum closed we wanted to get one last gondola ride on one of the short canal crossings but these stopped at six and it was five past so we had missed the last one. We caught a Vaporetto back to Piazza le Roma which was a very long trip, standing most of the way but gave us our last glimpses of spectacular Venice. As we walked to the bus stop Tim realised he had lost his hat, which he has had for 15 ...

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

    A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 26, 2013

    6 photos

    ... it too. It was well worth the wait, it was the best risotto (in fact the best Italian food) I have ever tasted! Prices were very reasonable too! We all separated after this and agreed to meet back at 6 to go back to the hotel together. Moses and I did some shopping and enjoyed getting lost in the little lane ways. After a few hours, Moses was exhausted from the shopping and I was getting tired too, so we shared a gelato and sat in the square watching the world go by. We ...


    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jun 03, 2013

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... ghetto between sunset & sunrise. The community was freed of these restrictions by Napoleon but they were reimposed & final freedom only came when Italy became a nation in the 1860s. It grew to about 5,000 but is now about 400 & during the war about 250 people were deported in 1943 & 44. The remainder had fled the area & were sheltered by Italians in the surrounding countryside.

    From here we went to the Grand Canal & took a boat to St ...

    Grand Venice! ¡Venecia Maravillosa!

    A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Jun 27, 2012

    2 comments, 38 photos

    ... es grande cosa.

    My good experiences with hostels continued Sunday night when I was checking in as I was talking with two young ladies (you can already see why I said good, huh? ;) ), one from Chicago and the other from Columbus. I've learned if you're going to make friends, you have to be quick and willing to change your plans split second. They said they were going to watch the soccer game between Italy and England so I asked if I could ...

    Down the rabbit hole

    A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Sep 12, 2011

    ... installations and just plain crazy stuff at both Palazzo Grassi and Punta Della Dogana. There was a 15m balloon dog by Jeff Koons, an installation of a 1940's bordello by Edward Kienholz, and whole horse hanging out of a wall by Maurizio Cattelan. It was mind bending, and made my subsequent visit to the Peggy Guggenheim collection seem ordinary with it's Picasso, Kadinsky and Pollocks. Ah, to be a rich and probably eccentric art collector.  To ...