Hotel Stella d'Oro
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Stella d'Oro Jesolo Lido
Nice hotel with free WIFI. We were able to store our bikes in the basement. Breakfast choices were limited - pastries and packages of dry bread.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Stella d'Oro Jesolo Lido
Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... me to use the term 'when in Rome' in a literal sense...trouble is, I don't actually know what that means beyond the figurative! What is it, exactly, that the Romans do that I should do 'when in Rome'? Taking a populist approach, I joined the hordes in the seemingly endless alfresco ristorante's, ate bruschetta and fettuccine alla papalina, washed down with a decanter of Italian red, before finishing my culinary cliche at a local gelateria...when in Rome indeed! Truth be ...
... part of Venice, no roads no busses and certainly no Taxis, worse still the sun had gone and it was bloody dark, also I realised I was well and truly lost, thinking ahead to tomorrows news headlines. Body of tourist found floating in canal with throat cut, it was about now I was about to toss it in and just book into the first hotel I came to, however not all my luck had deserted me. Turning the next corner I came face to face with the local police ...
... on a sunny day, parked our car in a parking lot that charged only 4.50 Euros a day and hoped our car would be waiting for us in three days. The raking attendant tried to reassure us.." No problemo! ". Unsure, we jumped on a bus and headed for the city that abused the senses in all manner of ways. You smell the putrid canal before you arrive. Having not saved our airbnb landlords number, we sat in a cafe to use the free wifi, paying an obscene ...
... caught the ferry to San Marco and then on a boat to three islands. The first one Murano (known for its famous glass manufacturing industry), Burano (famous for lace) and Torcello (first centre of civilisation on the estuary). Went passed the island of Lido where Kresta and Daniel stayed when they were here. Went out for a delicious steak dinner at a nice restaurant heading towards Rialto Bridge. Nice walk - weather perfect, full sun and light until after ...
... expensive. Everything is priced higher, but if you are willing to search a bit, you can find some places that are DECENTLY priced. No promises though. It depends on your determination/ threshold to quit.
I was sad to leave to be perfectly honest, it was such a beautiful city. It's so different from cities like Florence and Rome. Rome has the iconic ruins and Venice is just covered in beautiful architecture and class. :)
I will return one day for sure. ...