Hotel Relais Monaco

Address: Via Postumia, 63, Ponzano Veneto, Province of Treviso, Veneto, 31050, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Postumia, 63, Ponzano Veneto.
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      Travel Blogs from Ponzano Veneto

      Venice, city of dreams

      A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... out, with a second round of the paintings much more satisfying! Peggy Guggenheim's story is fascinating! An heiress to a massive fortune (her family held something like 70% of world reserves of copper, tin and silver in late 19th century), her father sank with the Titanic, she had been married twice, had two children and had returned to live in Paris in the early 30s, already establishing a collection of avant-garde art works. Political concerns galvanised her into aiming to collect one ...

      1 night in venice is like a year in any other plac

      A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 11, 2014

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      (Only dad will get the title) Feeling a little sad to be leaving la Serenissima. It's been a super visit and a place I'd be happy to return to. Ruth Goodman of Victorian/Edwardian/war time/Tudor monastery farm TV 'fame' said I'd love it and she ...

      Adventures in Venetian dining - part 1

      A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... most so I have ever had. Interestingly, the restaurant also chose not to serve them with any of the accompaniments we would consider traditional: champagne mignonette, lemon, cocktail sauce, horseradish, etc. This was a bold choice, and meant these had to be of the utmost quality. They were. Three swift tilts of the shells and we were happily savoring these delicious delicacies with grins ear to ear! Our platter of mixed crudo consisted of yet one more oyster, ...

      The Canals of Venice

      A travel blog entry by dormisdijana on Sep 14, 2013

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      ... instantly in LOVE. In was even more incredible and beautiful than I had ever imagined. Venice is like a maze with tiny streets,118 islands linked with bridges and separated by canals. The coolest thing was one can walk anywhere, there are no cars to be seen- little boats are the locals cars.

      The first stop was Saint Marks Square. First thing I knew there would be lots of pigeons but wow there were literally thousands! We had ...

      Day 23 - I never queued up for patience.

      A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Aug 25, 2013

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      ... ordered lasagne. Oh. Sorry. Did I say lasagne? Oh no no I mean I ordered watery sheets of pasta with a bit of tomato and no meat. ...no no there was no cheese. Charly ordered a salmon pasta. And it was pretty cool! The only salmon pasta in the world with no pasta. OF COURSE I complained. We sent the food back and asked for the bill. The dishes were €12. Ain't NOBODY got time for that. A small walk later we returned to a small little place we had seen tucked under s nice ...