Address: Via Adige 2/3, Quarto D'Altino, Veneto, 30020, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Adige 2/3, Quarto D'Altino.
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        Travel Blogs from Quarto D'Altino

        Walking The Streets of Venice - Day 3

        A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 16, 2014

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        ... of the room trying to capture a good picture of the ceiling fresco. It is hard to get a good picture of those ceiling frescoes….can't imagine having to paint them! There was no question about the wealth and position demonstrated in this museum residence. The Veneitian elite lived well and lived large!

        Leaving the "lifestyles of the 18th CenturyVenetian rich and famous" we headed towards the market and the Rialto Bridge. By this time the streets were ...

        Ciao Venice!

        A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 14, 2014

        ... boat in his socks, talk on the phone and have a smoke while he casually pushed us of this wall and that. We even went down the grand canal where the motor boats were - it's like a bloody highway there, but they are masters of steering, so that there was somehow no movement at all from wash from other boats. Don't ask me how they do it. After the gondola was free time for the rest of the day. A group of us then ventured off to find some food, we then spent ...

        Florence to Venice

        A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 12, 2014

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        ... hit large crowds again as we expected. The water buses were directly opposite to the railway station, so we didn't have far to travel. It did take a little while to work out which water bus would take us to the hotel we were staying in. The most economical way for us was to buy a 36 hour ticket that way we could travel multiple times on the canals while we were in Venice. Actually lugging our bags on to the water bus was a challenge! We were told that our bags had to ...

        Getting Lost in Venice

        A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Apr 18, 2014

        60 photos

        ... courtyard and admired the Giant's Staircase, so-called because of the two huge statues of Mars and Neptune that grace the top landing, a symbol of the Republic's authority over land and sea. The courtyard was still fairly quiet and peaceful at this time of the morning.

        Our guide came to collect us at the meeting point for the Secret Itinerary tour. She was a little, well, rough around the edges, I guess. We felt like she ...

        Legend of the Seas cruise, part 1

        A travel blog entry by sophevans on Sep 21, 2013

        13 photos

        ... frozen mojitos. We sailed through the Grand Canal in Venice at 5.30, with everyone lining the rails all around the decks taking photos. For dinner, we decided to book a table in the dining room, so after showers and meeting our lovely stateroom attendant Iwayan we headed up to the Romeo and Juliet Dining Room. The menu there changes every night, and we were served by extremely friendly wait staff! All of us had Atlantic Salmon for dinner, and shared ...