Le Boulevard Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Boulevard Hotel Lido di Venezia
This is an average 4 star hotel with good service and a great location on the island of Lido. You can walk to everything that you want to do.
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We left Montecatini Terme this morning to travel 272 km (about 170 miles) to Venice on the Adriatic coast. We traveled in our "home away from home" - our very comfortable bus complete with WiFi. This is where I catch up on my blogging! Michelle, our new friend from Chicago, claims that I am writing a novel! We made a brief stop in Pisa to see the …
... an exorbitant amount. We eventually found a place that did take away food for quite reasonable prices. They had a restaurant attached and we wanted to sit down but he wanted to charge us like double to sit so we just grabbed a few wraps takeaway and decided to walk around. Walking away from the restaurant a massive bird swooped down and took a nice little bite from Ashleigh's lunch. The meter wide gull flew back around towards ...
... Unless you are repeated to pay extra. For example I was looking at a small mask. Made in Italy genuine £35 copy that is bigger in size £15. You have to know what you want and what you are getting. We had a lovely dinner, and practice of my limited Italian, just down the road from our hotel. My first Italian pasta and my first Italian coffee. Cafe Late not just a Late or you will get a glass of milk. See I am a quick learner. Night ...
... region (slightly more fresh and vibrant) and wines from further South (sweeter with more fruit taste). I walked away with a mid-shelf c*******ay.
It would be remiss of me to not share some of the ways I prepared these delicious, fresh delicacies...
Pan-grilled San Pietro:
Coated the filets in parsley, sea salt and cracked pepper;
sauteed garlic in a little bit of butter; added the fish, cooking for ...
... with me is getting a bit then. Today, he told me that if I called one more thing "pretty" or "beautiful" on this trip he was going to get REALLY frustrated with me.
What can I do? Everything we've seen has been beautiful! I'm going to look up some new words tonight in Austrian (is that even a language?) so I'm prepared to call things pretty tomorrow, without getting in trouble.