Hotel Villa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Rosa Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... name you're actually on and the buildings are so close together that GPS can't locate you. We gave up and sat on some steps by the canal trying to regroup. It was so incredibly frustrating. Tony was sure we were very near the hostel so we walked back in the direction we'd come from, trying to find the street name. Someone finally noticed how distressed and lost and dirty and sweaty we were. He didn't speak English but looked at our map and the name of ...
... We enjoyed the sights on a short walk around as well as some time on our own to wander in the maze of little lanes and small shops. A drink at one of the cafes carefully watched over by our snow covered mountains. Seemed really strange feeling reasonably comfortable and warm in the view of so much snow. Out lovely Hilton hotel room had wonderful views of the mountain. The evening was filled with Tyrolean entertainment. Dinner (soup, salad, snitzel and ...
... being in a new place merely made up for the exhaustion of the long night.
We met our guide, Christiana, upon reaching the hotel. I instantly liked her: she was smiley, bubbly, and clearly excited to have us in Italy. She suggested that we take a short time to settle our things in our rooms, freshen up, and get ready to go outside. I had never been so excited just to change my shirt and put contacts in.
It was raining, as it would for the next few ...
... in a great seething, roiling pool of tourists. It was only 9:30 am, but already it was time for us to retire home and hibernate for a while after a second breakfast. The people had come out and ruined the city.
Unlike those tourists, herded from pillar to post by family or tour guides, I can honestly say that I've seen Venice. I've seen her wake up and stretch and have heard the early-morning murmers of the Grand Canal. Now that is to see Venice and ...
... Jim and Donna Swire from Winnipeg, and our dining companions, Daliah and Wayne, both from Toronto.
At the recommendation of the Captain, we were on deck to watch the sail in to Venice, and it did not disappoint. We had a great view of the ancient city with its canals and churches, along with runners in the 26th Venice Marathon. We spent a night on the ship in Venice and are here for an additional 3 nights. We are staying in ...