Hotel Storione

Via Levantina, 305, Jesolo Lido, Veneto, 30016, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido

Vienna this Morning now Florence

A travel blog entry by mauveme


... was line work) and then a final suburban train across from Venice mainland to the island. Oh and note, there wasn't much difference between first class and second on the bus – just leather(ette) seats and we had to lift our own luggage into the luggage hold! Oh and we had to pay for tea and coffee on the train even though we were in first class!

The first sight of Venice we had after getting to the island was, San Simeone Piccolo Church and LOTS ...

34 is the new Hot

A travel blog entry by tfsnews


... gospel riders. Lots of stuff in the treasury was stolen stuff.

Next they moved on to the Doge's Palace. The Doges were the rulers of Renaissance Venice. Learning about Renaissance-age experiments with oligarchic democracy was interesting. Power is always a difficult thing to manage. Rick Steves again helped build understanding of the new style of paintings that used oil. All of the paintings showed the virtues ...

Gondolas and Architecture galore

A travel blog entry by susanhervey


... added shopping (haha), and booked the evening canal cruise in which champagne and singers were added. So we were thrilled it all turned out even better. The evening was wonderful there because 4 of the 5 cruise ships had left by the time we got there.

Doge’s Palace was a place for parliament and ...

A man who has not been in Italy

A travel blog entry by thebests


... hardly notice, as you are too busy staring at roof, walls and anywhere that is painted.

The room is, quite simply, amazing. And it’s not just the most famous scenes that you find yourself staring at. Michelangelo included his own image on one wall. Somewhat morbidly, his face is discernible in the flayed skin held by Saint Bartholomew. Poor old Bart was of course, skinned alive, but in martyrdom, he holds his skin to show that he no longer needs it. Or something like ...

Venice: The Tale of the Gypsy

A travel blog entry by kurtmills


... the Riva degli Schiavoni with some Gelato. I loved Venice despite a few problems I had there. It may be a bit too touristy, but it still has a romantic magic about it. It's also really peaceful walking along the alleys away from the main thoroughfares and you find yourself not caring when you get lost because the buildings and canals are so beautiful. I'll definitely have to go back to ride a gondola, though. I didn't want to ride one by myself. Well now I'm off to Rome!

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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Levantina, 305, Jesolo Lido, is near Aqualandia.
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