Locanda Al Piave
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Travel Blogs from San Dona Di Piave
... brought out fascinating little lamps for us to eat our dinner by. Of course our meal was wonderful as Renzo advised us what was best to eat and ordered for us (we let him!). Meanwhile Renzo and Phil unravelled their family history and regaled each other of stories about their respective families which would help them reconnect with each other. It was lovely. I tried to find a resemblance between them both but came to the conclusion that the only common thing I could find ...
... hotels should offer free wifi, don't you think? The more you make people pay for the services, the less profit you earn. Why don't people realise that? It really frustrates me. People say business is about making money, but I completely disagree. A good and smart business always puts people as their priority instead of money. Why? Because then the money follows automatically. The more you chase after money, the further it will run away from you. People are just so ...
... bag girls (so Annette calls us) got to do some shopping and finally were able to remove the bags once the rain passed. We get to cross Venice off our bucket list and have been grateful to see it before it eventually sinks beneath the waves of the sea. We catch the train to Switzerland in the morning before being collected by our hosts around 5pm. We are really looking forward to what is ahead. Until we chat again Ciao ...
... rush through the narrow ally ways and went to the gondola! THe gondola rides was so cool, we could truly experience the Venice and how they get around. The is only one car on the Venice island and that is an f1 car on display. The water was calm and the ride was an experience. This place was amazing, so many stylish people and so many tourist. It was pretty easy to spot the diffrence between the locals and the tourists. We walked to our meeting ...
... from her walk to the bus station that morning and we made our way past the deserted soccer field with the rickety fence and the dark underground tunnel in a few minutes. We were back and all went well in the end. Perhaps more interesting than all of this was the full-on dance party occurring at the Plus Camping Jolly bar. Not that this is uncommon. It was just the first time we had been around for it. I fully plan on participating in one at Plus Camping Roma. Until the next ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed