Hotel Terme Neroniane

via Neroniana, 21/23, Montegrotto Terme, Veneto, 35036, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montegrotto Terme

A day on the ferry then on to Venice...

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam

... 30pm which was so good, yummy pasta and pizza (more Italian food) the place we are staying at is so pretty. It is a campground type thing but awesome because it has bungalows, cabins and camping area. This massive pool in the middle with a bar. It is really nice. After dinner we all crashed. Although we didn't have a busy day, it was still tiring and you don't get much sleep on the bus ...

Venice from Rome, Half Way to Home

A travel blog entry by lesliel


... or GPS to navigate. It's kinda funny watching everyone walk around lost. We overheard one guy say "I give up, I don't know where I am". The locals must get tired of everyone asking for directions. When walking through Venice I imagine this is what many of he old towns must of looked like. Add a few horse drawn carriages an you're back in the 19th century. There are restaurants and cafe's on every corner. Shops selling art and Merano glass ...

Sights, sounds and smells

A travel blog entry by dragonrider


Well we made it, albeit a little later than planned but we got here.

After leaving the Ducati factory we headed up the road to Venice, stopping on the way for a quick bite to eat. The drive wasn't too bad as most of it was on the autostrada and the last bit, on smaller roads, had very little traffic.

We found the parking garage without any problems - you cannot take your car to Venice for obvious reasons so you have to park and take a water taxi/ferry over to ...

No more packs for twelve whole nights!

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty


... 10am.  Paul has been here before and is keen for me to see St Mark's basilica and the piazza it sits in and the Rialto Bridge (which we did see last night from the ferry). Like a lot of the famous bridges we have seen I can't really say why the Rialto should be famous, not much unique about it. But being Venice, over the next day or so, we cross it many times, or go under it, one of the two. Unfortunately it is also covered in graffiti, which certainly detracts from any of it's ...

City of Masks

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... ears. Michelangelo actually painted his nemesis, a Cardinal, as a demon in hell as revenge for the Cardinals criticism of his work. Don't mess with Michelangelo. A testament to just how fond the Pope was of Michelangelo - when the Cardinal came to complain the pope said (and I paraphrase) "If he had painted you in heaven I could intervene, but hell is outside of my jurisdiction". You can't make up dialogue that good!

During our tour of ...


This 4 star hotel, located on via Neroniana, 21/23, Montegrotto Terme, is near Praglia Abbey, Abbazia di S.Maria di Praglia, Casa del Petrarca, and Butterfly Arc.
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