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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    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. ...

    Ahhh Venice - Part 2

    A travel blog entry by kdvanderwolf on Apr 10, 2012

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Many countries had a monarchy at that time, but not Venice. A leader was elected by the people. The leader served for life. The prison is connected to the Palace. We went for a tour of the prison. We crossed the very famous bridge in the picture we sent yesterday to get from the Palace to the prison.

    Then we went for a boat ride to eat lunch on the island of Burano. We passed many other islands to get there. Burano is very interesting. Each of the ...

    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 ...

    New Years' in Venice

    A travel blog entry by lecklund on Jan 03, 2007

    ... is very beautiful. I arrived in Venice after a 17 hour Trenitalia journey in a Wagon Lits (very comfortable cabin sleeper for two - I shared bunk beds with Ferella, an Italian woman from Padova who spoke excellent English) on time (actually train was early and had to stop in various towns to let the time catch up to it, a rarity in Italy I understand from Ferella). The local newspaper was delivered to our cabin in the morning, along with our ...


    A travel blog entry by danschedler on Sep 15, 2006

    15 photos

    ... person, not the total for the 2-person minimum order. Yikes! "The most expensive plate of rice I'll ever eat," I thought to myself. "Should have asked for a doggy-bag at that rate." Ah, well. They had a Michelin star after all. A slow stroll back to the hotel brought me home at the perfect time of day for a short nap. Afterwards, another bath and then out to see more sights. I'd read about Harry's Bar so, I made my way over to the Grand Canal intent of having a Bellini at ...