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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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Before starting today's adventure, just after I finished yesterday's entry and I was down to my finest pair of jocks in anticipation for Ferris Bueller to kick off in looked outside and noticed that it was snowing. I thought, the last thing that I want tomorrow is for a 7 hour drive in the snow. I awoke just before six and was relieved to see not a …
Once again we board the water taxi and head to Venice. We were joined by some of our GG (see previous post) as we toured the Doge's Palace. Our amazing guide Frederique, (Italian local) educated us on the Palace and took us through this spectacular building which has been rebuilt several times due to fires. The Doge was the elected leader of the Republic of Venice and served for life (120 in all). We followed our guide to ...
Venice was one of the most beautiful places I've been. Just outside the border of the city there are many ships that are built with large cranes. We entered the city by taking a private boat. Once we arrived we all realized how busy it was within the city. The area is overcrowded with tourists and everything is a bit more expensive. We made our way to the glass blowing museum where we got a demonstration and had the ability to watch them make glass fixtures which is what Venice ...
... pretty good at sharing and tasting multiple options. They brought bread and I had some wine. House wine in Italy is not much more than a Coke Light and it tasted better, so what the heck, maybe I would have wine for lunch and dinner.
The wine was good and the pizza and gnocchi were also very good. We had chosen well and we liked the location. We were even able to get on line for a bit. Lots of restaurants offer free Wi-Fi as a way to attract people ...
... and had our little lunch enjoying the beautiful sunshine and the view, how relaxing.
We enjoyed our pass on the vaporetto to head back to our place to relax for awhile before a dinner at a local pizza place. We then finished the day having wine and cappuccino on the San Marco Square one more time. Expensive yes but also very relaxing and enjoyable. It is expensive at the cafe's on the square it is lovely just sitting there listening to the music and watching the people with ...