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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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... the masks, and make a right at the next tunnel, cross the canal..." you get the point. Google maps was somewhat helpful when we really needed it, but still expect to get lost. Plus, we both think that's the fun of it.
Our street food today came from a place called "Acqua e Mais" or "Water and Corn". Their specialty is polenta - a creamy mixture of water and corn - that they fry on a hot grill. We ordered a cone that came with ...
... walked around, with ropes to guide the order of the rooms. Otherwise I think it would have taken much longer.
I have seen pictures of various churches and inside of buildings in Italy, but that in no way compared with the actual experience of seeing it myself. The ceilings were so high, the gold detail and paintings on the ceiling were such that I couldn't stop craning my neck up to look at them. There were a number of amazing rooms, but 2 in ...
... been the cruise line equivalent of ‘chucking out’ time but Roisin and I had further plans before metaphorically staggering home after a good night out! I had arranged to meet a colleague I worked with back in ’95 in Hungary and Romania. We were both seconded to the Western European Union (WEU). This was an International Task Force consisting of Customs, Border Forces and Police from Germany, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Italy and the UK. The WEU was ...
... So night one was walking to the Jewish Ghetto and enjoying sunset and evening in this magic city and having dinner in an authentic little cafe close to Ca Spezia. Thursday was cruise boarding day. With a light drizzle and a few hours to kill we decided to pace ourselves from guest house to Passenger Terminal by making stops for coffee (and WI-FI) and people watching. Boarding takes a little while so it ...
Up and ready for breakfast. We all went as a group into Venice this morning for our walking tour. We caught the bus to the train station and then caught this people mover which was kind of like a train but like a cable car, it had about 3 carriages which you all just stand in, they aren't very big but can squish people in. We have to catch them into Venice because of the fact that Venice is made up of little islands everywhere, there are ...