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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 …
Course 2: Spaghetti (Italian style)
Course 3: Lasagne
Course 4: Grilled Chicken
Followed by fresh fruit, tea and coffee then a gift of a small bottle of Amaretto.
Water taxi back to St Marks to pick up those who didn't attend the meal then back to the port, on the coach and back to the hotel.
Tomorrow we set off for ...
... the lake promenade and around the town area enjoying the warmer and sunnier ambiance of the Canton Ticino. When we left Lugano we were 23klms from the Italian Border heading towards Milano, after crossed into Italy we drove across the Po Valley to Verona, one of the wealthiest towns of Italy also the medieval setting of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet. On arrival at Verona we disembarked our coach and walked into the town area ...
... the jazz bar that was in the same square.
Having walked around for a while it was time to refuel. Breakfast two happened at a restaurant next to the Grand Canal, one up from where Peach and I had eaten previously. 15 euros later we had sat on the tables right next to the canal and had eaten a croissant each and drunk an orange juice for me and another cappuccino for mum.
Now feeling both full and a little queasy from the ...
... what I'm talking about haha). Those lines reverberated in my head the WHOLE way just because of the word Academia!
When I returned back to the hostel by mid afternoon, feeling tired and in need of a nap, I was surprised to see Nancy and Franziska join me shortly after. They also wanted a nap and I think the three of us napped for a few hours while the three older ladies in our hostel room were out for the whole day and didn't return back until ...