Travel Blogs from Oderzo
... but still pricey. It makes sense though, when you consider the cost of transporting anything to the islands.
All in all, I loved visiting Venice, but would never want to live there. Rick Steves called it Disneyland for adults, and I think that's probably the most accurate description.
Oh, and before we boarded the vaporetti, we were targeted by another pick-pocket. He kept getting closer to us in the ticket line. Dan ...
... very talented people. I never thought china stuff would be in these two places but it was and you really had to check the shops out. After many hours of walking and looking our day was coming to an end. We travelled back to Venice central. Unfortunately we didn't get to see all the sights as people were tired, however we enjoyed what we did ...
... to drop. Mark was again in love with dinner. It was one of the optional meals with our group at this little Italian restaurant down some dark Venetian street. Waiting for us was a bottle of white an a bottle of red (to share between every 4 people) and a small Bellini (which here is made with sparkling wine and peach juice - so no slush concoction). There was a plate of grilled vegetables, a meat antipasto with a side of calamari, then a pizza like bread and zucchini risotto. ...
... is famous for glass making. Centuries ago famous Venetian glass makers were forced to move their furnaces out of Venice due to the threat of fire and to keep the secrets of Venetian glass making under lock and key. Here we toured around popping into glass shops and talking with local store owners. There are several large towers from the church bell towers, to the fire station look out and the lighthouse on the shore. While there were many tourists, it is way calmer and ...
see the glass masters poke a long thin pole into molten glass. They then pulled
it out even when the glass was out for 5 minutes it was still glowing hot. We
saw 2 amaxing rooms full of glass sculptures and beautiful chandeliers. At the
second workshop a man blew the the glass until it popped. The nest day we went to visit the
Doge’s palace before it got too busy. We walked through beautiful rooms with
beautiful paintings on the walls and ceilings. ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsPrimhotel Oderzo
Nice hotel to sleep over , on your business trip. Standard Italian breakfast, fair and clean room and service. The lobby offers complimentary newspapers, a safe, TV, microwave and coffee. Other amenities include a train station pick-up service, free parking, air conditioning in public areas, an area shuttle, an elevator (lift), complimentary bicycles and concierge services.
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