Hotel Castello

Address: Via S. Girolamo, 7/a, Este, Veneto, 35042, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via S. Girolamo, 7/a, Este, is near Casa del Petrarca, Museo Nazionale Atestino, and Monselice.
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Travel Blogs from Este

Cycling continues

A travel blog entry by chezoi on Aug 18, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... she translated his board shorts and thong convo for her friends. Schwim shortz and flipp flopps is all I heard. She is a classic German with good English but an awesome accent. Love it! It appears the amazing race couple have left. Can't wait to see them on the side of the road with a flat! At hotel number three after 75ks NOT 65 as mapped. But we made a few detours and glad we did. A fun day has been had. No amazing race couple on the ...

Romance, Gondolas & Shopping

A travel blog entry by mblack92 on Apr 15, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... visited, it more than lived up to all the hype. Tight, winding streets, some deserted, some a hive of activity and all eventually leading to a dead end of water. Getting lost in Venice was the norm, but it was the most exciting and strangely calming sense of lost. And a huge tick from both of us when it even delivered the best gelati of the trip !! Kathryn Having fallen for Venice we are currently lapping up the Spanish sun and fun in Barcelona.. Update to come shortly ...

The city of romance

A travel blog entry by suzandtrent on Jun 12, 2007

5 photos

... continuing towards the Italian border. The bus trip, though indeed long, was full of amazing views, the Dolomite mountain ranges - with its snowcapped peaks, and typical Alpine flora - we were in a constant "ooh" or "aah" vocalising what we saw. The cross to Italy was no problem at all, and it was ***********centrate on the movie or my book with the plethora of things to see. We found at our first stop at a petrol station/restaurant we were still in German ...

Reunions in Venice

A travel blog entry by tim_to on Mar 20, 2007

5 photos

... on water, but not practical at all. Needless to say, very few locals live in Venice anymore and prefer the luxuries of cars, straight streets, and lack of flooding with high tides. Did you know that Piazza San Marco, the most famous piazza in town (read lots of tourists, and even more pigeons) floods 250 times per year. That is a lot of ...

Venice - Italy trip part 1

A travel blog entry by rbailer on Nov 10, 2006

... we then would not have had to rush to the airport, and we probably would spend more time trying to get to and from the airports then just sitting on a train that takes you from city center to city center. So we got on the train and finally arrived in Rome about 5 hours past when we were supposed to. It wasn't that big of a deal, it was just really annoying all of the money we had wasted between getting to the airport and the flight that we ...