Lio Grando Hotel

17 Lio Grando, Cavallino, Veneto, 30010, Italy | Hotel

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The end is nigh

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs


... which the patient sat. It looked a little awkward for the elderly gentleman, but we are sure that it had some practical benefits given that they took across the piazza to the canal, presumably in a water ambulance. We thought better than to follow them to see what they drove off in.

As we sit here on the balcony overlooking Venice, it is quite special. It has been a wonderful experience to see this section of the Mediterranean and the cities that she girds. When ...


A travel blog entry by xinxilanren


... shops on our way to the hotel, which is AWESOME with a nice big living area.

We're drying out and considering our evening options. The room has a very good coffee maker so we won't need to use Italian Standard Sentence #Three ("Un caffe, per favore") .. at least not in this town :-)

Venice did not disappoint!!!

A travel blog entry by mombeau66


... Casanova. Everywhere you looked there were beautiful masks for sale, Venice is known for its masquerade parties. Many homes had mascarpone over the windows to ward off bad spirits which they believe they have many. My favourite part of the day was our Gondola ride. Beau asked our gondolier to sing but he teased that was only in movies. Touring Venice from the water was a fantastic perspective of the city. The Gondolier shared ...

Surprise (Hollywood) lunch and some cultural stuff

A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson


... with gorgonzola and I ate a beautiful steak dressed with a sage, rosemary, lemon and bay leaf sauce. Magnifico!! Not bad for a walk-in from the street. Since they had John Laws business card as one of only two from Australia in their collection I gave them one of mine!!!

The Museum of Venice on San Marco provided a necessary pause for the WC but that was not our destination, so we searched on for the Palazzio ?? that held a pretty dull exhibition ...

We're in Venice!

A travel blog entry by silsby


Xander went to sleep an hour or two out of Paris, after climbing up and down the ladder to the top bunk in the train compartment a dozen times. He ended up deciding to sleep on the bottom bunk with me - a bit squishy, but he slept well, in fact right through Switzerland and well into Italy. I, on the other hand, spent most of the night looking out window at the lights of the towns and cities we passed through, including Dijon, Lausanne, Milan and Verona (Romeo, Romeo ...), mostly because I ...


This hotel, located in the Malamocco area of Cavallino, is near Torcello Island, San Francesco del Deserto, Burano, and Museo dell'Estuario di Torcello.
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