Citta di Conegliano

Via Parrilla 1, Conegliano, Veneto, 31015, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Parrilla 1, Conegliano.
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Travel Blogs from Conegliano

Shopping, The Hills, A Cave & A Lake!

A travel blog entry by newromanticx on Sep 01, 2013

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... mini fried fish and green beans, wine and icecream for dessert, delicious. Her parents are just fab and I really love spending time with them all together.

When we had quickly finished this we got ready and hopped in the car to meet David’s family to go to the mountains – a gorgeous drive with fabulous scenery! We arrived, had a little hike into this cave and up the hill, stopped for icecream and coffee then back into the ...

Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by garyhart on Jun 06, 2013

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... glass blowing. By now it was almost noon, so we soon got on a boat that took us to Burano. This was a beautiful Island and the houses were painted very bright colors. We walked to a Rick Steve's recommended restaurant and we all had pasta for lunch. Good, but not amazing, and a bit expensive. After lunch we checked out a couple gift shops and then caught the boat to Torcello. Once off the boat it was about a 15 minute walk the the church that the island is famous for, the Santa ...

Island-hopping, Venetian-style

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 13, 2012

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... br>
The day was getting late, and the weather still windy and cool, so we decided to skip Torchello, and head back to Venice.

To take full adantage of our 12hr vaporetto pass, we decided to take the slow ferry from one end of the grand canal, starting at our apartment, all the way to Piazza San Marco. It gave us a totally different view of the city, and the many palazzi that lined this waterway. With Rick Steves' ...

Murano Glass Shops

A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio on Jul 09, 2011

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Saturday morning we awoke, albeit somewhat groggy from the gratuitous libations at Al Merca, and made our way to the vaporetto stop to Murano. Watching the famed glassblowers at work had been on the top of my to-do list for the trip, so despite the sluggishness I was very much anticipating the day. Reminiscent of the infamous trip to Pattaya (see entry in the Bangkok blog) we happened to take the "local" vaporetto which made at least 20 stops around ...

Trip Planned

A travel blog entry by judyf222 on Apr 22, 2010

... have what she calls a "block." She told me that after 3 months or so I would reverse the block - ha, we shall see. She has given me a list of books, movies, and tapes to order. I haven't even started and looks like I have homework.
Later that afternoon, Joe and I went to a travel agent to get our train tickets for tomorrow. We decided, ...