President Hotel

Address: Via Roncadelle 48, Roncadelle, Lombardy, 25030, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Roncadelle 48, Roncadelle.
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    Travel Blogs from Roncadelle


    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 18, 2013

    22 photos

    ... fortunate as often it can be hot, humid and smelly. We didnt go on a gondola but some who did said it was pretty smelly at times. It was high tide and many of the table seating right in te edge if the canal was flooding a little We only had a few hours wandering through Venice. Saint Marks Square was beautiful, church with so many colorful frescos. We had planned to walk up the bell tower but the queues and crowds were horrendous. We wandered the ...


    A travel blog entry by rigandsavvy on Jul 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... lunch down a really small side alley way off the beaten track. Our last Italian meal of which we had of fresh homemade pasta, salad and bread which was beautiful. Toch ordered sliced beef and salad which turned out to be a whole dinner sized plate of thinly sliced beef and a bowl of salad the size of a mixing bowl. Alice and I finished the meal off with sparkling Proseucco wine - perfect! There were another couple outside and it turns out they were ...

    A day in the Venetian Islands

    A travel blog entry by arnies on Nov 17, 2012

    19 photos

    Today was another glorious day of weather in Venice. We decided to spend it visiting some nearby islands, so headed off to buy a 12 hour transport pass. This is the best way to get around Venice, or indeed most Italian cities. It means you can get on and off ferries (vaporettos) and buses and trains, for whatever the period of time you've paid for. We could have bought a longer time period ticket, which would have been more economical, but as ...

    Canals, Gondolas, and No Cars

    A travel blog entry by tim_and_donna on Jun 14, 2012

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... canals would make bikes a little inconvenient. All deliveries, mail, and garbage is transported by carts. St. Marks cathedral was unlike any cathedral we have ever seen before. The entire cathedral is filled with mosaics and marble. We also visited a small island beside Venice called Murano. They are known for their glass blowing for centuries (passed down in families). We were able to watch them create a beautiful, multi-colored ...

    More Venice wanderings

    A travel blog entry by camanita on Jul 27, 2011

    17 photos

    ... enjoyed some last Italian fares as the rain seemed to start coming down! During a lapse in rain we made it back to the hotel to pick up our bags, then make the quick trek to the train station – which fortunately we didn’t have to wait long and we were right on the train and settled in our 4-person couchette, accompanied with a dodgy door and sky-high bunks ;) We’re heading north again, to wake up in Vienna ...