Hotel Due Mori

Corso Mazzini, 73, Marostica, Veneto, 36063, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Corso Mazzini, 73, Marostica, is near Surplus Diesel.
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    Travel Blogs from Marostica

    THE ONE WHERE WE STORMED THE CASTLE

    A travel blog entry by joephilpotts on Feb 06, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... some sketch shows again. This school had a lovely contact who was relaxed about the experience having had Theatrino Perform 4 years running and was very thankful for us being there. We only had to perform to 2nd media school this time..but here's the thing..... Second media are sort of like the "middle child". Kind of sweet but they can be a right pain in the bum. And there is always some ratty boys who are trying to impress I don't know who. ...

    Northern Italy

    A travel blog entry by benjaminhadaway on May 16, 2011

    26 photos

    ... from the states and a Canadain girl and we headed out around 11 pm to go drinking. Now not 15 minutes after we left the rest of the hostel went to play a game. You walk around the city and every time you cross a bridge you drink. COnsidereing there are 117 bridges in Venice I am glad I didnt go with that group.

    We went for a stroll, hit up Rialto Bridge and some bar with a very ironic sign. It said do not write ...

    Where the Rubbo family come from....

    A travel blog entry by kperissinotto on May 24, 2010

    22 photos

    ... waited for a while in the car park, looking at the war memorial which has dozens of Steven’s fore-bearers on it, and only a few dozen names in total. Then, Rita and Elio arrived – they had been to the bank where the ATM swallowed Rita’s card to try and retrieve it, but it must be sent to Australia – then we were bustled up the road to Ubaldo and Anna’s house. They have been renovating the house where Rita’s Zio Tony used to live ...

    Halloween in Venice

    A travel blog entry by aussiecaitlin on Oct 31, 2006

    6 photos

    ... up some free dinner but apparently we are slightly over the 4 foot height mark. Yes I'm short, but not that short! With all that excitement over, it was time to explore Venice. We had a great few days jumping on and off vaparettos and trying to avoid the tourist crowds. We found St Marks Square to be totalled overcrowded and were particularly shocked by people buying crumbs to feed the pigeons! Aren't these flying rodents meant to be a ...

    Waterworld

    A travel blog entry by danschedler on Sep 15, 2006

    15 photos

    ... were a bit overwhelming. What an understatement. The artist, Tintoretto, worked 23 years (the same amount of time Michelangelo spent on the Sistine Chapel) to complete the school's decoration. Perhaps because it is housed in a rather small space as compared to the Vatican, wedged into a little piazza in the San Polo district, this building and its collection of paintings gets less recognition than Michelangelo's great achievement. It certainly is not because the work is any ...