How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mezzaluna Treviso
They were just great. Great about every single detail, made us feel like home. Breakfast was great... specially the coffee.
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Hone your math skills, especially multiplication, before you travel to Europe!
*10 kilometers is 6.2 miles, so our final ride of 47k is 4.7 X 6.2 = 29.14 miles. (Dawna knows this from her running days)
*0 Celsius is 32 Fahrenheit, and 100 C is 212 F, so 28 C is 28 X 9/5 + 32 = 82.4 F.
* 1Euro is about $1.40 (now), therefore, 25 Euros is 25 X 1.4 = ...
After the emergency drill which lasted very very short.... we didn't even need to try on the life jacket... then the Sail Away Party started....
Had a lot of fun as Ichiro and one of the China CCTV host or dancer guy lead the group to mass dance.... I took the chance to do some good workout!!
After the opening general session which is splitted into 2 this year, we gathered at the Manhattan's Grill to have dinner together, where Angela treated us to white and red ...
2nd day in Venice and I'm off to the museum. In this museum I learnt about the history of Venice. The history of Venice is really interesting and is really nice to hear about it, here is some of what Learnt - According to the tradition, Venice was founded in 421 AD on April 25th, Saint Mark’s day, who is the patron saint of ...
... at Burano some 15 minutes after arriving at Mazzorbo. The whole journey from the Royal Princess had taken almost 2 hours.
Burano is probably the most colourful landmass in the famous Venetian lagoon. Its buildings are painted in blue, peppermint, a reddy brown sort of colour and yellow. The houses are coloured so that fishermen way out at sea could recognise their own abodes. I’m not too sure how the fishermen could recognise their house if there were only 4 ...
... to the nuns. After realizing he wasn't joking, he explained the hostel used to be part of the convent / nunnery (?) and they rent it from the nuns, who live in the building behind the terrace. Sure enough, I peaked and there were nuns walking around. I also hung out with a Czech taking photos in Italy for National Geographic. He took the gig while looking for a job in biotech. It's an interesting world... As all roads lead to Rome, that's we're I ended ...