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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Odino Hotel Quarto D'Altino
Hotel was fantastic - very frinedly staff and warm welcome.
We were given a card for 10% off at a local resteraunt which was also lovely.
Room was great - lots of extras such as shaving kit and slippers. Breakfast was lovely with large selection of food
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... there was none. Hotel was
sweet but on a highway near absolutely nothing.
Today was just a relaxing day. Nothing
to do but stay in the hotel, work out a bit and catch up on our
planning. Pool was closed as it was apparently too cold! Had an OK
lunch, partly subsidised by easyJet. Got shuttled out to the airport
and got into Paris around midnight – just too late to catch the
train!!! So we had to get a taxi. Apartment was nice ...
... on the water taxi to go back to Venice.
Once back we had a bite to eat at a cute little deli and enjoyed a yummy club sandwich with prosciutto and real mozzarella and beautiful tomato talk about melt in your mouth. Then of course we finished it off with gelato (chocolate / coconut) now I know I am in Italy.
Off to explore more and head for a gondola ride though the grand canal and tour pass Marco Polo & Casanova houses. Poor ...
Day 10. 2 have gone to hospital so far. Infections running rampant. Mark used all my Kleenex today. Trying to avoid all contact with others. (Including Mark) Frequent stops to pharmacy with the group. One girl has developed strange ...
... was pretty easy to find, and we arrived shortly before 2:00. After dropping our bags in our rooms, we headed down to lunch in the hotel restaurant. I had my predictable pasta Bolognese which wasn't very good. Jahn had pasta with pesto, Sherry had a salad and Bill had gnocchi with ham. After lunch Bill and I had to return the rental car back at Piazzale Roma, where we had picked it up. We realized on the way that we had ...
The kids never got jet lag - go figure. They slept through the night while Dan and I did have it and we were both up in the middle of the night. This was our one and only full day in Venice and our plans were to visit the fish/fruit/veggie market near our apartment, meet up with the Meyers before lunch, see St. Mark's Square during the day and visit St. Peter's Basilica, travel down the Grand Canal on the vapporetti (public boat system), and then ...