- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tritone Jesolo Lido
Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... restricted area and then parked the car outside of it and paid for a few hours of parking so we could walk to the hostel which was about a 10 min walk. We got to the hostel and checked in. He told us the only free parking was at Piaza Michaelangelo. So we went back to the car brought our packs back to the room and then drove to the Piazza. Janine found a good spot at the end of the parking lot away from the street. We ...
... aqua-alta in Venice.
Of course, we had to walk back to our hotel, into the elevator and into our room in this "gear".
We then assisted each other in removing them. I washed them with hot soapy water and rinsed and once dried repacked them in their pouches. We now have this "attire" ready for the next aqua-alta!
We might even loan them to our family or friends planning a visit to Venice at this time of year in ...
... have given it the nickname of the "Monte Carlo of Switzerland". Unfortunately it was raining at the time of our visit and we did not view it at its best. Still I had my biggest ever "hot chocolate” and nice company of a few of the group and family.
We continued on into Italy and had a 2.5 hour stop at Verona where viewed the balcony where Romeo and Juliet had their famous moment. We walked around the area stopping off at the Piazza ...
... the restaurant where we had dinner that night (where another dining group sung beautiful acapella hymns for most of the evening to everyone's delight).
We made our way to San Marco by mid morning and booked some tours to make the most of our day - we arranged a tour through the Cathedral as well and a walking tour of the non-tourist areas of Venice's islands. One tour would have been plenty (the catherdral tour was mainly to ...
... at a more centralise hotel with close connections to public transport, then I could travel around the city hub as well as the outer suburbs
Although i did get my feet wet on many occasions due to the high tides, this however didn't spoil my four days on the small island of Venice, i found not only the locals very friendly but visiting tourists as well, on all occasions when i would be lost the locals were more than happy to show me the way home,