Travel Blogs from Chioggia
... not that easy, because there are dozens of bridges and many times that left turns. They say you should just get lost in Venice, but not when you are dragging luggage!! Once settled in our place, which is very quaint and convenient, our host gave us the tour and logistics and said his goodbyes for the night. We have a kitchen at our convenience and we can help ourselves to whatever. Our rooms are modern and we have jacuzzi tubs and plenty of ...
... some American friends. The hostel then ran an outing into Rome. The first stop was our sister hostel, which has a bar on the ground floor, for an hour of free drinks. We chatted with our new American friends, one from Texas and one from New Jersey, while watching the Olympics on the big screen. After drinks the big group jumped on a city bus to a giant outdoor club on the bank of the Tiber River, overlooked by the massive and impossing Castello San ...
... is the step sister of Venice . On the lagoon ,a beach resort for Italians . The sea was dirty as it is shallow and all the water from the large rivers flow into it . Once again the beach is full ofw sun loungers to rent . People rent for the length of their holidays and I would be driven crazy by it all . Up early , breakfast at your same table each day . Go to the beach , back to hotel for lunch , that you order at breakfast . Back to ...
... for his philosophy on how to make wine. He does it his way - leaving the floor of the Napa Valley "to corn and melon farmers," he tends his vines in the red stony soil of Howell Mountain. There are no road signs; no retail sales. And don’t look for him in a winery tour guide. No time for that, as Randy spends his quiet hours making his wonderful heirloom wines.
Armin Diel - Poets Leap
Armin Diel is one of Germany’s most acclaimed Riesling producers. ...
... you won't be disappointed. OK - its now 4 pm - our room had better be ready - 'cuz we've got dinner plans at the Danieli with the R's (their treat - NOTHING is going to keep me from this dinner - got me....NOTHING!).
So - back to the hotel we go. Finally, the room is ready. So - let me preface this with a few things....we just got off a 5 star cruise. We were told this was a 4 star hotel. The hotel claims to be a 3 star ...
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Other places to stay in Chioggia
Rione S Andrea, 597, Chioggia | 4 star hotelfrom $146
Lungomare Adriatico, 50, Chioggia | 4 star hotelfrom $119
Via Ondina 31, Chioggia | 2 star hotelfrom $115
Via Isamaor, 9 - Loc. Isola Verde, Chioggia | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Perottolo 30, Chioggia | 1 star hotelfrom $82
Lungomare Adriatico 38, Chioggia | Hotelfrom $52