Hotel Resort Bellevue
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Resort Bellevue Jesolo Lido
Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... impressed at all! I must say the transport system everywhere we have been has been so extremely efficient and modern. The trains had wi-fi and lovely comfortable lounge like seats. The double decker buses are roomy and have huge windows so you don't miss the scenery. I have been very impressed! We had a nice, continental breakfast at our hotel and are now waiting for water taxi to take us to Morano Island to see Venetian glass blowing. ...
... and we were on the way. We pretty easily found the meeting point, they were just pulling back in after the last class. Our teachers were Jane from London and Sybille from munich- both who had traveled around in their younger days (they were about my age I think), met nice Venetian boys and married them. Cute! We hopped into the boat one at a time to get little lesson on how to row. Seemed pretty easy. We were in a batello, which is more stable than a gondola, and ...
After having a bit of a sleep in this morning we packed up and made our way to the hotel that Giacomo was associated with to drop off our luggage. They were so friendly and the reception staff insisted that we stayed for a coffee. We sat outside and they bought out complimentary coffee and three different types of cake. So nice of them! We pretty much had cake and coffee for breakfast which was okay with me! We went ...
... at St Marks square. I was so excited to feed the pigeons and look around! The whole thing was under water. We weren't wearing our gumboots today because there was only a little bit of flooding near our apartment! But when we got there they had put boards up everywhere for people to walk on. It was crazy! The water was so high I don't think my gumboots would have been tall enough. We will go back tomorrow for a visit. It was nearly siesta so we went home for a bit ...
... the font desk of our hotel. We had eight minutes to get to the train, which was right behind the hotel, but we didn't know how to get to it. We found the tunnel, ran to the tracks, and quickly squeezed on to an overpacked train where an Italian behind us saw our tickets in our hands and told us we hadn't validated our tickets. It seems that in Italy it is not enough to buy a train ticket. One must make the ticket feel worthy through validation. One must stick it in a machine to have the ...