Hotel Sole

Via Silvio Pellico 1, San Trovaso, Province of Treviso, Veneto, 31022, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Silvio Pellico 1, San Trovaso, is near Church of San Sebastiano.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sole San Trovaso

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Travel Blogs from San Trovaso

Vienna this Morning now Florence

A travel blog entry by mauveme on Sep 29, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... was line work) and then a final suburban train across from Venice mainland to the island. Oh and note, there wasn't much difference between first class and second on the bus – just leather(ette) seats and we had to lift our own luggage into the luggage hold! Oh and we had to pay for tea and coffee on the train even though we were in first class!

The first sight of Venice we had after getting to the island was, San Simeone Piccolo Church and LOTS ...

It's Been a Hot time in the Old Churches Today

A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 06, 2013

6 photos

... our time. Many ears were plugged as the bells of our tower chimed in the arrival of the afternoon. Off in the distance, Barb saw something and asked if it was a cruise ship or an island. We decided it was an island.

Just outside San Georgio was an interesting work of art that captured our attention on the day arrived. It was a giant, pink, inflatable, deformed, limbless, pregnant woman, which we thought was really weird in ...

Where Ben Finds Out He Has Royal Blood

A travel blog entry by moroots on May 20, 2013

16 photos

... Venetian Republic was a huge power in the 1400s and had tons of wealth to show for it. I liked that they had put their own stamp on architecture, like venetian windows, the lion of St. Mark (which was everywhere), crazy geometric designs in mosaic and brick.

We braved the long line to get into the Basillica of St. Mark, and it proved worth the wait. First, the church was huge. It had ...

Sights, sounds and smells

A travel blog entry by dragonrider on Apr 23, 2013

8 photos

... of Venice, WOW. Its an amazing experience to see an entire city built on water (so to speak). We'd seated ourselves right at the back of the taxi, so us and our luggage were out of the way, which gave us the opportunity to see the sights on the ride. We travelled up the Grand Canal which gave us the opportunity to see many of the sites from the water. Unfortunately there are two things that really struck me on the ride:
1. Venice actually smells. apparently its the water and ...

A man who has not been in Italy

A travel blog entry by thebests on Aug 16, 2012

39 photos

... is beautiful; the view from the mountain amazing and it is a pleasant change from the tourist heavy Vatican and other churches in Rome. Peace and tranquility rule here. There is also a museum one can visit for an additional €5, which we both enjoyed. Parts of the old, bombed out monastery are on display, as well as numerous holy items from the last 1,000 years (most of the irreplaceable items in the monastery were evacuated to the Vatican by the Wehrmacht in 1943, then ...