Park Hotel Villa Fiorita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Hotel Villa Fiorita Monastier di Treviso
Travel Blogs from Monastier di Treviso
... back narrow canals and our gondolier pointed to things of interest and gave an occasional brief tune. Points of interest included a building where Mozart had lived for a couple of years, a 7 star hotel - you could not pick it from the outside - for which the cheapest room is 8,000 euro per night. The age of buildings was interesting too, with that least one being 16th century. The gondolier said Venice was established 1,600 years ago and built on the very ...
Well we have bade a fond arriverducci to Venezia and are on our train to Milano; just a short stopover (unfortunately) on the way to Bellagio. It has been an enjoyable and interesting visit to Venice as our hotel was very close to the Rialto Bridge (about three hundred metres as the crow flies), about a five minute walk and seven gelato shops by alleyways! The hotel was an old palace on the Grand Canal with the bottom level being ...
... of my own deciding that I would go to Canada in October. I was on cooking duty tonight and James helped out. Made the simplest meal for I think 3€ that fed 5 people. Was pasta with basil pesto mixed through, threw some salami in there for good measure. Such a nice dinner! All in bed pretty early, think all the walking knackered us out a bit but also leaving at 8 the next morning to do the drive to ...
A quiet morning this morning, just a quiet 8 hour drive through the country from Venice to Roma. Beautiful countryside with old ruins dating back to BC and lovely olive groves and vineyards.
We arrived in Rome around 4.00 and WOW what a different world. So much history and buildings dating back 2000 years and even Before Christ. We had dinner in one of the many town ...
... has a reputation for producing some of the best glass in the world and it fetches a high price in anybody's language. On arrival we went into a glass-making factory where we witnessed a demonstration of the manufacture of typical Murano glass. After this we went into the show room where we had the opportunity to shop for some of their wares. Most of the glass items were out of our price range and we decided to stroll down the jetty and look ...