How has this hotel rated in the past?
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews B4 Venezia-Mestre
Travel Blogs from Mestre
... heart at the bottom, and then they were pan-fried. Flavorful, rich, and wonderfully textured, we really enjoyed these succulent thistles. We had no room for dessert, but perhaps due to our expert dining etiquette--or maybe they do this for everyone--the server brought out some cute little cookies dusted with powdered sugar along with three glasses of limoncello. A stellar end to a perfect meal. Throughout dinner, I did my best to speak Italian the entire time, and honestly, I ...
... one lane and finding yourself in a really cool area or even a dead end! Kind of like a maze...also found ourselves back in the same places a couple of times! We had drinks and appetizers at one place and then dinner at another! Venice so far is awesome! Amazing to see such a unique place and to think there are no cars, just the lane ways and canals is pretty incredible! Looking forward to what tomorrow and the next couple of days here bring! xoxo ...
Two days ago, we shed more belongings, pared things down to
the bare minimum for the mountains and left Venice for the Dolomites by train.
Our arrival into Venice had been spectacular. The average
visitor turns up on the train, lugs their gear, hot and bothered, to where they
are staying. We steamed slowly into the Venice Lagoon, from 7 floors up, the
whole city was spread out before us in perfect sunshine. As two tugs pulled ...
Our trip from Parma was pretty uneventful. As the distance was relatively short to Venice we thought we might try to see more of the countryside by avoiding major roads and toll-roads. So the GPS was set to avoid these types of roads. Yes, in case you were wondering it was correctly set to driving not pedestrian. Unfortunately, "charmin' Carmen did not see it our way and continued to calculate ...
... my legs (I´m 1.80 meters), so I had to be hunched the hole trip.
As I was saying, we ere tired, angry and hungry. We kept arguing almost all day, not agreeing on anything. In Venice, you can walk the streets like a labyrinth until you get to Piazza San Marco, and we stopt almost 20 times. We ...