Hotel Metropol

Address: Via Lungomare 2, Sottomarina, Veneto, 30019, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Lungomare 2, Sottomarina.
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      Wifi wilderness in Le Marche

      A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... After the break, no fewer than four additional goals were scored by Holland, each one welcomed to rapturous applause and air-punching. We left them to continue the celebrations at around 11.15pm. One of the main reasons for choosing this site was to visit the Renaissance town of Urbino, birthplace of Raphael and site of a university. The town has been awarded the Unesco status of a World Heritage Site. We were a bit unsure of visiting on a Saturday, fearing crowds ...


      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Sep 13, 2013

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      ... s Merchant of Venice. The word ghetto originates from when in the 1500s, Jewish Venetians were made to live in an area of the 6 regions in place called the ghetto. Breadsticks were apparently first introduced here too. The word quarantine comes from a time when ships were made to wait 40 days before they came into the Harbour to ward off diseases. (This fact was actually revealed in Dan Brown's Inferno, we both read before arriving in Venice). ...

      Is this America?

      A travel blog entry by ross4278 on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... We were doubly excited as we'd decided to spend the night in a hotel as a bit of a treat.

      As soon as we'd stepped off the bus we decided to have a beer in this lovely little square. Once we'd finished we walked through all of the little alleyways, making our way slowly to the hotel we had booked. Venice was ok. It was all a bit fake though and so very touristy. Every voice you heard was either American or English. You could quite easily ...

      Venice from Rome, Half Way to Home

      A travel blog entry by lesliel on Jun 16, 2013

      19 photos

      Good Evening! It is late Sunday and mom and I are laying in our hotel attempting to cool off. We arrived here yesterday all safe and sound. The train was great from Rome. We stopped in Florence and switched trains to get here. On the way we met a mother and son travelling Italy together. They were from Vancouver and made lovely companions and conversationalist on our way here. From the train station we boarded a water bus, which was confusing ...

      Viva Venenzia!

      A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Apr 12, 2013

      91 photos

      ... as a marginally religious person, I could completely understand how someone could feel close to god in a place like this. The altar piece is gilded gold illustrating scenes from the old testament with the finest of details carved over every inch. It was magnificent! Chris and I met up in front of Doges Palace, and even tough he never found a bathroom, we decided to walk around the waterfront for a bit. They had oodles of street vendors and artists. ...