Hotel Milton Romantik
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Milton Romantik Jesolo Lido
My boyfriend and I stayed here for two weeks in June. I'm guessing we chose a bad time to come because there were constant thunderstorms! So I would recommend going in July instead.
The hotel itself is great and was definitely the most beautiful of all. Bike rentals are free until 7, free fridge and free AC. I cannot praise the staff enough, every single person working there seemed as if they loved there job and loved making people happy! The swimming pool is a bit on the small side although the hotel does have it own private section of the beach. Food was ok, there was something different every day .
I would highly recommend booking some excursions during your stay. The surrounding areas are a must:
Venice- (which i would highly recommend doing independently...) we did both independent and with a tour guide and we much preferred taking our time over being rushed and seeing things like the Doge's palace- which you miss with the tour guide. It's worth missing dinner for to see at night, too. (Bring wellies incase of flooding- or buy boots out there)
Dolomite mountains were breathtaking. One of the most beautiful sights i've ever seen!
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... basilica and the Doges palace. Very impressive but very expensive admission - 18€ or $27 Canadian. The prison area was half of the lower palace. We then walked over to the fish market and was impressed with the vast amount and selection of fresh fish. Our last day! We are sad to go but glad to be heading home. It was a great adventure with good weather and lots of interesting sights and ...
... 200 meters, make a U-turn"...."In 400meters, make a U-turn"....until I finally relented and followed instructions.....something I've actually learned to do over the last 40 or so years....... So we galloped down the Autoroute, and for once, only had a minor altercation with the bane of my life - the dreaded Peage, or Toll. Arrived about 16.00 after not getting away till 12.30 or thereabouts, and set up camp in a great spot right on the water with an uninterrupted ...
... a 80 Euro ride for a half hour, we only paid 2 Euro for a trip across! It was still great fun and we were riding through the canals of Venice!
Dinner had to be one of my favorite parts of the day in Venice. I absolutely loved it. We went to a restaurante with a wide variety of pastas. I had a ravioli with a cream sauce, which was absolutely amazing. I don't know really how to explain it unless you've had pasta that's been made from scratch. It kind ...
... The boys had pizza (Mason even tried anchovies!), Madelyn had gnocci, I had a salad and Michael had pasta with zucchini and almonds-- all very good. Last Venetian gelato in St. Mark's square and then we decided to sit at the Florian, pay the hefty cover charge for listening to music plus two expensive Prosecco's-- all so we could sit in peace while the kids ran circles in the square. Money well spent! The Florian is one of the oldest coffee houses in the world. Good night from ...
We headed in to Venice by boat, down the Grand Canal which was busy and colourful. Lots of water taxis and water buses and two huge P & O liners. We went past Elton John's home plus many other beautiful homes owned by the rich and famous. Then it was a walk over the four bridges into St. Marks Square. This is said to have been called " the drawing room of Europe" by Napoleon. ...