Ai Pini Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAi Pini Park Hotel Mestre
Hotel surrounded by garden. Friendly staff, cute outdoor seating, nice restaurant on premise. Tiramisu was good but a little soggy, food was good but a little too salty. Breakfast was good and was upgraded to nicer room on request.
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... here a while there are a few things which I have found that are different to Australia. Everything closes on sunday- so don't try and do anything on Sundays! Especially in Italy even the servos are closed here, though they have self service. This does make Sundays a good day to drive to the next place though as it makes the roads very quiet. Few places here take cards, they use cash for everything! ...
... incident. We’ve managed to fix it best we can. Despite this, we still expect to land at Marco Polo airport on schedule. We may not have the same number of wheels we left Manchester with but we’ll be on time!! Nah, I’m just messing with you……we’ll be arriving 10 minutes late!!! (That last sentence may not have taken place. Roisin x)
Whoa! Rewind a little. Forget the missing wheel bit. Did he just say: ‘We've ...
... seriously, he tried to get us to have grappa...yuck...grappa....we said no, he said trust me...we said not and we got 3 limoncellos. Cindy declined.
We were laughing and talking about this when the couple next to us chimed in and said that they had started to order completely different things and he talked them into something else. Concensus was that he knew his stuff, we were all happy. (Oh, he also gave us a second glass of limoncello, knodded toward ...
... lane ways, marvelling at the canals and eating great food. Unfortunately, due to the high tourist numbers, Venice is Italy's most expensive city. The price for a 30min gondola ride was roughly €80, which is over $100 Australian. Meaghan is disappointed that we didn't go, but understands that we would have to eat bread and soup for the next two days to keep the budgeting on track! The girls did buy ...
... and danced for us instead and drank a beer whilst rowing. His name was Ricardo. Once we got back on the mainland back to the campsite, our beach party had been cancelled so we made our own! Unfortunately, we've left two boys from our tour behind due to a dislocated elbow (drunken accident!) but they should be fine and catch up with us soon hopefully. On our way to Austria now, via white water rafting so should be fun! ...