San Carlo

Via Forte Marghera, 131, Mestre, Veneto, 30173, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Day 68 - Cagli - Venice

A travel blog entry by euro101

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Time to get this show back on the road. We feel that we have been out of the holiday mode for far too long now so we are all looking forward to hitting the road and getting back into the swing of it again – and what better place to start than Venice.



We headed away from Cagli at about 11am and after a brief stop at the …

Days 23-25: Bologna, Padua, Venice, Montepulciano

A travel blog entry by daniandmo

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Monday: today we drove to Venice via Bologna and Padua. We absolutely loved Bologna, and although we just had free time and there wasn't a lot of tourist-type things to do, Moses and I just soaked up the atmosphere of the town. We wandered around the streets for a while, and then stopped for a 'caffe' at a small cafe (the first time so far I have been able to get Moses to sit down for a coffee with me instead of rushing round with the video camera!). We sat outside with ...

A man who has not been in Italy

A travel blog entry by thebests

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... fact that it was built nearly 2,000 years ago, is truly unbelievable. The engineering that went into is amazing. For certain spectacles the floor could be flooded to allow reenactments of naval battles (only those that the Romans were victorious in of course) and the Colosseum had a primitive roof that could open and close, namely sails that were operated by sailors at the highest point of the stadium.

We had enjoyed a long, final day in Rome, but now it was time to return to ...

Arrival at Venice

A travel blog entry by defranco

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Venice is definitively a beautiful city. Since the first step that we set out of the train we were amazed with the beauty of the city. We left the train station around 5:30pm. There was still plenty of daylight. That is the good thing about Europe in this season, it gets dark after 8pm. As many of the streets in Venice, the street outside the train station is mainly a big river/canal. We found that the easy way to get to our hotel was to catch the ...

La Dolce Vita - the pleasure in doing nothing..

A travel blog entry by shozie

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... shower, after meeting one of the strangest guys ever, then headed out - but as it was already 4pm decided just to walk to the Rialto Bridge - the highest of the 7 in Venice. I wandered down the main road near my hotel, checking out all the shops en route. The masks were exquisite, not to mention all the beautiful Murano glass (and the fakes, which were'nt bad either).. I enjoyed just gazing at ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Mestre area of Mestre, is near Venice 2000, Dante d'Essai, Teatro Corso, and Circolo Golf Venezia Lido.
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