Hotel Ai Laghetti

Address: Strada Statale 16 n 640, Polesella, Province of Rovigo, Veneto, 45038, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Strada Statale 16 n 640, Polesella.
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    Travel Blogs from Polesella

    Venice to Florence

    A travel blog entry by abigailturner on May 27, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... outside of our hotel. We both agreed we'd just suck it up and pay for a taxi if we ever get in late again. Our hotel room is a little weird, there's four twin beds randomly put all over the room. We have a nice selection to choose from! This is the fourth day without our wifi working, we're both getting a little bit annoyed and anxious about it. Hopefully it'll work tomorrow! REMINDER: everyone needs to travel to Venice! You will not regret it. Trust ...

    I Gave You My Lunch, I'm Not Giving You Money Too

    A travel blog entry by lynnstewart on Jun 25, 2010

    2 photos

    ... Euros'. She was asking me for money! I've just given you my bloody lunch, woman! I maybe would have given her something but I'd used up my change on lunch, the lunch that was now sitting in her bag! I felt a bit guilty as I said "mi dispiace" and walked away. Until I remembered the baguette. It had bloody Camembert on it.
    I sat beside an Italian businessman on the train who was reading a report that I could tell was boring, even ...

    Beautiful Venice

    A travel blog entry by suzandtrent on Jun 13, 2007

    10 photos

    ... After jumping on the waterbus we gravitated towards the tourist and pigeon magnet Piazza San Marco. After having some fun watching the pigeons and the tourists interact for a while, we admired the amazing Basilica di San Marco, the bridge of sighs, and the coastline of the Bacino di San Marco. We then headed north to the Ponte di Rialto and walked enjoyed viewing a number of shops. As it was getting late we made our back to the B&B and had our feast and some red wine before ...

    Venice, drowning in the rain

    A travel blog entry by joshing16 on Mar 20, 2007

    5 photos

    ... Mark. Talk about history. Of course everything in the city is just saturated with history. Every building, every little canal, it was so perfectly preserved so that it looked as if you just stepped into the 16th century. Next was the Doge's Palace. Not a shabby place. The entire place was decorated in ornaments befitting a head of state of one of the more powerful states during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. It was interesting to learn that ...

    Damn camera....

    A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 02, 2006

    16 photos

    ... wind" would have been far more reassuring. But we eventually made it to Venice in one piece. Upon arrival at my hotel, "Hotel Giovannina", I immediately made friends with the hotel owner, and we sat up half the night talking and watching TV. He ended up giving me a discount on the room. Not too shabby. I spent most of the next day sleeping (as I didn't get any sleep the night before the flight), but by Saturday I was ...