Hotel Castello

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

        The Most Serene Republic of Venice beckons...

        A travel blog entry by hittite on Aug 21, 2015

        7 photos

        ... but I think same apps exist on Android) are fine and useful. I turn them on, walk a bit, and if the little GPS dot is moving in a direction other than I want to go to, I reverse course. Molto Semplice!

        So, without going inside of any, I saw a lot of the sights in the guide book--even went to San Marco in the evening since it's supposed to be nice, and it is, but I was tried. I did get to see the Grand Theft Horsey reward that ...

        Venezia (Butlins?)

        A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 04, 2014

        3 photos

        ... I refuse to actually put it on?). All of that said, it was actually a wicked place to stay and the best value for money I've come across so far at just £14 a night. It's not too close to the city, but the local bus gets you there in about 20 minutes and it's a nice walk to get to the stop. Plus, generally the bus drivers are too busy / can't be bothered to take money for tickets - cheapo Jo strikes again, and scores. Yesterday we spent the ...

        Romance, Gondolas & Shopping

        A travel blog entry by mblack92 on Apr 15, 2014

        1 comment, 15 photos

        Kathryn Before y'all go and get excited about Michaela and I finding romance in Venice. It's not what you would expect... So calm yourself down Debbie (and others) ;) After leaving Catania and my beloved Mt Etna we bused up to Palermo in the north of Sicily. Spent a night at a hostel where everyone was just too friendly, especially after we had got used to the comfort of solitude. Palermo was simply a series of meals Sicilian banquets and gelato in brioche.... a ...

        San Marco, Ponte Rialto, crowds and more

        A travel blog entry by robliz on Jun 03, 2007

        ... glass was beautiful with everything from the modern to their classical ornate coloured glass with gold etching, and don't forget those chanderliers! Franco Cozzo eat your heart out! It was Rob's turn to venture into the throng at the San Marco area. It was a lot more commercialised than when we were last here - a few years ago now. All of the big names have moved in like Hermes and Bulgari etc.. and the customers ...


        A travel blog entry by big_papi on Jan 16, 2007

        ... got bored of that, we ran into some crying English girl, who had a crazy story about how she came over to visit her sons father, who had never met his son - and he ditched out on them - pretty crazy stuff. at around 2ish, we went back to the hotel, and Jim - the guy from Belgium - started knocking on doors seeing if anyone was up to 'party' - a lot of people weren't too impressed, but eventually we met this lads from Dublin, and drank until ...