Hotel Villa Luppis

Address: Via S. Martino, 34, Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 33080, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via S. Martino, 34, Pordenone, is near Bottega Veneta.
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    Travel Blogs from Pordenone

    Venetian Vehicular Variance

    A travel blog entry by joshnjess on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... houses clean when water was coming in the entrance. St Mark's square was the next stop of the tour. This is a large open plaza outlined by churches and palaces were competing small orchestras preform out the front of different restaurants in an attempt to attract business. On the corner is the Doge's Palace. The Doge were the appointed military leaders of the city and had a palace near the prison as they also controlled the city guard. At times the Doge employed ...

    Monaco - Venice

    A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... t park so Owen and I were 'roger' 'copy that' and 'over and outing' up a storm keeping in touch with the odd French person chiming in on the same channel. Next stop venice! With our attempts of booking ahead a stress free arrival awaited - or so we thought - sorry no, completo, but there is one just down the road - 10kms later we are waterfront looking out over venice and a ferry service to the island awaiting. We took the chance to get in and look around without the ...

    Guggenheim Museum

    A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 13, 2014

    ... site of San Giorgio Maggiore church. It is situated across the water from St. Marks Square, so you get a nice view of that part of Venice. There was an exhibition on, part of the Biennale, of glasswork and also a contraction called "glass tea house" by a Japanese artist. This was fascinating. He artist had constructed an area enclosed with cedar from Fukushima. Within this was a long shallow pool with blue mosaic tiles. At the end of the pool was a Japanese ...

    Cruise - Costa Magica

    A travel blog entry by kathyfam on Oct 08, 2013

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    Awoke yesterday morning (Monday) to a drizzly overcast day. In order to make sure our suitcases didn't get wet on the walk to Piazza Roma to link up with the people mover train to the cruise terminal, we bought the largest rubbish bags we could find and fitted them over the bags making a slit for the handle. We must have looked a sight traipsing the streets of Venice - four kiwis decked out with umbrellas, rain jackets, back packs, handbags each with a black rubbish bag ...

    Hello Venice!

    A travel blog entry by clementyn on Jul 17, 2013

    ... brainless, greedy, manipulative, dishonest, and conscience-free. If I ever have my own business, I will never run it like other people. You have my word. I just really dislike all Caucasian people and the more I get to encounter them, the more I understand where the blonde jokes came from. They simply don't think and they think everything revolves around them. I don't even want to even talk about them. The important thing is that I ended my trip in Venice and not anywhere ...