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Saturday was a travel day. We packed our bags, Miguel and Kelly stole some more food from the all you can eat breakfast and we checked out of our hotel. We arrived at the train station thanks to Miguel's guidance and went to Billa for a few supplies. Miguel and I laughed as we heard a radio commercial for "Kelly's Snips" but unfortunately Kelly …
... dwindled. Wed love to stay a while in Norway working, or Stockholm, or Holland or Germany, but Nat only has a UK visa, and even with my EU passport, alot of better jobs around Europe have residency requirements. Considering salaries, we aren't high rollers back in Australia, but compared to the UK and a lot of Europe, our salaries are better in Australia. Even comparatively, considering the cost of living. Some EU countries offer better salaries, but getting jobs ...
... dinner with Uncle Brian's friend Fabio who is a bubbly old man who looks like santa claus and doesn't speak a single word of English. We ate Goulash made by Grandma and fresh vegetables and fruit picked from Fabios organic garden. His house was a very cool, old mansion in the countryside! We topped it all off with a mandatory Tiramisu dessert! The next day we got up and went to the Umbertide markets with Uncle Uncle Brina and Grandma to see the little ...
... He was very charismatic and had a lot of stories to tell. We slowly wandered back to our hostel, really soaking in all of the beauty of Venice. The streets are so safe, people walk around alone at all hours of the night. It's truly a fantastic place and now is the city I'd be most likely to recommend traveling to. We leave for Rome tomorrow so let's see if it can top Venice for best European city to ...
... it is an added excursion There were quite a few added excursions that we didn't take. We have not done any of the dinners except the 2 that were included. The whole crew together is noisy and chaotic so we opted out. Also there were many courses and we don't eat that much or drink the wine that was included. Apparently the wine was imbibed quiet freely by some of the guests.
Tomorrow we will stop in Assissi then stay overnight in Rome before heading to Greece for a much needed rest. ...
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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.