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Historical Traveler Reviews Centauro Hotel Venice
Good Budget hotel
Good hotel for the price. Helpful staff. In a great location (near the vaporetto stop side of the Rialton).
If your looking for location this is ideal. It is literally 5 min walk to St Marc's square and 2 mins to Rialto bridge thats if you take the shortcuts. Had a good view room. Service was good and breakfast was included. I would defintely recommend this hotel to anyone.
Excellent hotel newly refurbished. Good buffet breakfast. Only drawback would be if you are on top floor as there is no lift making it difficult for elderly or family with young children.
My husband and I absolutely loved our room at Hotel Centauro! We had a room on the third floor, with a fantastic view of a canal. We loved seeing the gondolas passing by. It was a great location in relation to St. Mark's Square, Rialto, and many other sites. The breakfast was great as well! Overall, we had a fantastic experience!!
A charming, friendly hotel, wonderfully located a short walk from Rialto vaporetto stop - helpful and friendly staff - outside room with canal views desirable - small but comfortable - charming dining room with buffet breakfasts - short walk to everywhere - ideally situated. Would definitely return here and would recommend it most highly for a moderately priced hotel - if you are looking for luxury class accommodation this hotel is not for you but if it is charm and typical Venetian atmosphere then you cannot go past Hotel Centauro.
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... school (2 years of training), islands (128), canals (186), bridges (475), gondolas (450), gondoliers (450), cost of a gondola ($45,000 euros for a basic one + app. $5000 euros to decorate and personalize it), average life of a gondola (25 years), and passing the torch (our gondolier is a 5th generation gondolier). It's a very touristy thing to do, but you just can't leave Venice without a gondola ...
... priced shops so we stopped for lunch at a little stand with tables. Mel had a hotdog and I a hamburger, the single serving bottle of Sprite we shared cost €4. Are you kidding me?? Afterwards, we discovered the main street and a lot more shops. We bought a few things and headed back to Venice. After arriving at Piazzale Roma, we transferred to the vaporetto, which would take us to San Giorgio Maggiore, which is on an island across from San Marco where ...
... fled, leaving the door open in her wake, and Danny meekly closed it, also wearing an expression of shock. I finished up my business, and it was time to trudge to the people mover. PAUSE: Can we just talk about how stupid the name People Mover is for a means of transportation? Why didn’t they call it a sky subway, or a monorail or something? Legs are also people movers… Anyhoo, back to my vomiting story. It’s very important. Danny guided me to the ...
... a risotto, followed some noki. We had pesto with spaghetti and ended off with an amazing ice-cream. The walk back to the boat was fun. Everyone was laughing and having fun. We all dances on the boat and got back to the bus and made a foot tower and also danced some more. The hotel was the cheapest one so far, but we were all together so that was good. We chatted and had some fun in the common room. I then went up to bed and fell aleep. What an awesome ...
... and had to be tugged
because the ferry we sailed on from Greece, the Kritti II, was too big for the
Granad Canal. We saw the clock tower in St Marcs Sqaure and the Doge’s Palace.
We moored up to the harbour wall and then caught the Vaporetto with our heavy
bags to Rosemary’s house, which was very beautiful and old. For lunch we bought
pissa from the side of the road , did you know that pizza started in Greece!
We saw the Grand Canal, ...