Park Hotel Villa Marcello Giustinian
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Mogliano Veneto
... buy it. We found one where a little older lady was sitting alone stitching, while surrounded by various examples of her craft. We bought some, of course. The town is a palette of pastels, each small building adding its own rich color. A home owners association nightmare, but beautiful.
In the evening we visited St. Mark's Square. There is a photo hanging in our front room of Lisa's grandfather Rudolfo in St. Mark's Square, a smile on ...
... tickets for the evenings concert. I was expecting a cover band singing the Four Season's songs from the 60s like Walk Like a Man. This would indeed be a bonus. I was told that it was Vivaldi's Four Seasons, the Baroque music performed and sung by opera singers. I wanted to keep drinking and meet the Cultured One after the fat lady stops singing to a dead chook. No I had to join her for the 17th century music, complete with the performers wearing white wigs and costumes of the time. ...
Last morning in Florence and amazingly at breakfast we discovered that there were two other couples from Beaumaris all staying in our hotel, both of whom live within a block from us! It's a small, small world! Mid morning we caught the train to Venice and a beautiful train it was. We have been very impressed with the punctuality, speed and cleanliness of the trains and the fact ...
... we sweat off 5lbs. Going from Iceland to Venice made for serious acclimatization. Venice has amazing water public transit system and we were able to stumble across our correct stop (rather than the one we were suggested at the airport)...that could have made for A very long afternoon. The streets were packed and busy. We learned a few days later that about 70% of The Venice population, on any given day, is tourists. I don't think we were really ready for ...
... the pathway to the villa itself. Lots of fun fountains and things to sketch here!
We ended our first day in Perugia. This medieval town on a mountain had a unique transportation system, with only pedestrian traffic allowed in the city center itself. Using the existing medieval city that has been burried underground, a series of escalators are used to move people through the steep elevation change, emerging in the heart of the town once you reach ...