Hotel Stella d'Oro
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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Location: San Luca, Marostica Destination: Marostica & Quinto di treviso MORNING VIEW: -—-—-—-—-— ;- It's that beautiful moment when you wake up, you haven't opened the window blinds yet and all of a sudden you hear, "OH MY GOD LOOK OUTSIDE". SHAGOO deafingly shouted as we then immediately ran to the windows to …
... and has been converted into a luxury hotel of around 400 rooms. After taking a freshening up, we popped up to the rooftop bar to enjoy just one Prosecco and take in the spectacular view before we headed out to explore the beautiful Venice.
A water taxi took us over to the main jetty and we walked along to San Marco square. The Doge's Palace, San Marco Basillica and the square itself are all so stunningly beautiful. We went to dinner, ...
... Natalie. Lucky me! Once the gangway was finally organised, we set out to explore Venice by foot on our own. It proved to be a long hot day of walking. Tragically, we were one of six large cruise ships here, and as a result the city streets were befouled by excessive hoardes of tourists.
The walk from the ship took us through Roma Square, over and along canals, over the Realto Bridge of the ...
... headed back to Piazza San Marco to meet our guide for our 'Venice for Beginners' tour at 230 pm. Although we'd both been here before, we'd forgotten all of the details. Don had a better excuse than I did...he was ten years old!
Our guide, Cecilia, was charming and well informed. We were a group of four, joined by a Canadian couple, and enjoyed Cecilia's explanations and stories ...
... store near our hostel. We hit the kitchens and started making our own fresh pasta. The stoves were so weak that it took about 1hr to get the water to boil. We defitinitely were not bored however. First we talked with a few guys from South Korea who were cooking a huge meal: sausage, pasta, cheese, and eggs. When they left we met two girls from Germany who, like us, were making pasta.
Finally a French family, who I nicknamed the French Brady-Bunch, came in ...