Ai Pini Park Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Mestre
... in half and stuff it up my T-shirt to get on the bus, I'll be fine. Anyway.... Up at 6.15am On our way to Venice.... By bus... Then boat! Wow! First we went to a glass blowing Demonstration by Murano. think I saw Giovanni, Narelle! Funnily enough he seems to be flowing my blog. Just you wait until I can get Google translate up and running..... That was great. Then checked out all the beautiful glass made there. I really loved this.... Thought I would though. ...
... back to the bus and stay safely out of the rain for the 40 minute trip which is an interesting ride in itself. Taking the length of the Grand Canal and all the fantastic sights along the way. It had pretty much stopped raining by the time we got to the bus but went back to the hotel anyway. Later in the evening we did the 20 min walk to the main Piazza in Mestre and had a coffee there before hunting for somewhere to ...
... to stroll the Piazza San Marco at night, after the majority of the hoards have gone home, and listen to the chamber orchestras entertaining late diners. Or to stop on some narrow tiny bridge on your way home and hear the plop and swish of a gondola paddling by beneath you. You can’t get much more atmospheric than that.
After this, we’re heading off to visit our Italian relatives. I can’t wait for even more great food and company!
... I am tempted to casually remark to Bridget that our affairs in the offshore oil company that both her and I own are going swimmingly, but I withhold such comments. We then walk in to our room with slippers waiting for our calloused feet….absolute heaven.
3) We read countless and countless reviews of how expensive Venice is, you will not make it out of the city without freeing your wallet of a welcomed ...
Most of the day we spent wandering the little streets that you can get lost in so easily...but the more you get lost, the more interesting things you find. Climbing to the top of the clock tower was especially cool after wandering the streets (not only because of the refreshing breeze), but because you got a lot more of an idea of Venice and its layout. A very awesome view on such a clear day.
We didn't have the best ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.