Address: Viale dei Pini 21, Rosolina Mare, Veneto, 45010, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Viale dei Pini 21, Rosolina Mare.
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Travel Blogs from Rosolina Mare

Venice, city of dreams

A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 27, 2014

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... dining room and living room show that even then the walls were full of adventurous artworks, and mobiles hung enchantingly from ceilings. The simple, stylish furniture provided a sympathetic backdrop. As the morning has progressed, many early visitors have 'done' the art, enjoyed the coffee, and long since disappeared through the bookshop and out into the world again. Some of the art students have been sketching sculptures in the gardens for a couple of hours, and the crowds have ...

Italy Week Four

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 01, 2014

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... cellar doors on those roads. The ones we did end up finding eventually ended up being shut! So we decided to head to a really well preserved fort on the hill over looking the town. We got there 15 minutes before it was due to close "for lunch" and had the guy locking everything and almost lock our car in the car park. We decided to head to the next town instead of waiting around for two hours for everything to reopen. We drove to a town called Borgetto. It was really cute and ...

Our Day in Venice

A travel blog entry by ricflack on Jun 26, 2014

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... We ended up spending a few hours then and decided to have lunch as a sidewalk trattoria. Murano is known for its glass blowing craftsman.

We then caught a Vaperetto (water bus) to take us to Burano Island which is another island nearby Venice and Murano and it is known for fishing and lacemaking. We walked around this island for a while before getting on another Vaperetto to take us back to Venice and San Marco ...

Let's count the bridges!

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Mar 30, 2014

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... for our long awaited holiday so we decided to sit by a nice restaurant by Rialto bridge and have a nice dinner. Wrong choice. We didn't know that most restaurants in Venice charges cover charge and 12% service charge in top of the price of the food. We had a pasta, pizza, beer and a lime soda and it cost us 40 €. I almost puked. Food is ok, not great and it's definitely not worth the amount we paid.

All around Venice, the mineral water 1.5L cost 3 ...

I love Venice

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 12, 2013

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... time we went straight in, when the normal queue was around the corner and further. We decided to first go upstairs and pay the €5 to see the museum. The original horses are displayed here (simply stunning considering they were made in about the 2nd century), a number of the mosaics that had been removed to be repaired and then decided to keep them in the museum, amazingly intricate tapestries and much more - far more than we had anticipated. It also enabled us to ...