Albergo Leon D'Oro

Address: Via Roma, 2, Noventa di Piave, Veneto, 30020, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Roma, 2, Noventa di Piave.
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    Travel Blogs from Noventa di Piave

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by broderzo on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... sound that amazing but these strawberries were juicy, bright red and tasted like they had just been hand picked. As we wondered around the tiny Venetian passage ways, filling our faces with berries, we came across another little shop that was selling the longest pieces of watermelon that looked like a gondolas. We couldn't resist and so we bought these as well. After this we wondered back to our apartment and had a delicious meal of spaghetti for lunch, over looking one of the ...

    Day 18 Valletta, Malta

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Sep 18, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... had been with us to explain the amazing history here firsthand.... Another time! Tonight's interesting table guests were Mick and Edna from Melbourne who migrated to Australia as newly-wed 19 year old Poms, arriving with just $45. Mick got a job on day 3 (because he could play table tennis) and ended up buying the company he worked for. He had just retired and didn't look even 60! Lovely ...

    Exploring Venice

    A travel blog entry by tanya.justus on Aug 27, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... with precious and semi-precious jewels. The views from the balconies were also amazing. After we left the basilica we bumped into some of the family so we followed them to a nearby restaurant for lunch (a delicious pizza!). Alex and I then went to see the Palazzo Ducale, which was the official residence of the doges from the 9th until the 18th centuries. It was breathtaking. We crossed the Bridge of Sighs from Palazzo Ducale to the original prison ...

    Anchovies, Pesto, Focaccia...

    A travel blog entry by meganandpatrick on May 25, 2014

    5 comments, 44 photos

    ... they were. We'd like to return in the fall at some point to actually see them in use, because they seem fairly precarious. For lunch we stopped at a small enoteca, with a stone patio covered in grapevines, overlooking the ravine just north of town, and the Mediterranean. Afterwards we wandered the town a bit, and got a good view of the trail to Manarola, which quickly showed us why it is currently closed. From a distance we could count at least three different slides that had wiped out ...

    A Franciscan Monk in a rain coat

    A travel blog entry by beccabaker6 on Feb 07, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... did we know, the ruins were closed, so a kind caf owner let us view them from his terrace, resulting in free cocoas for the students (courtesy of the university). we trekked up a huge hill to look at another Fransiscan church, and then we had some free time, where I dangled my feet over the ledge of the loveliest view I had come across in a while. We learned our lesson and refused to go out in the evening and spent the night hanging out at the lovely hotel, enjoying our ...