Casa del Melograno Inn
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Photos of Casa del Melograno Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa del Melograno Inn Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... leading you up to the walkway that goes around the upper part of the very high-ceilinged room. Really beautiful.
Here, the Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen converted the old Banca di Venezia into a Gothic garden dedicated to bio-diversity called "Life Bank". The hundreds of 'cubbies' each contained a jar of heirloom seeds and grains.
... water to generate forward momentum. And the boats silently slip through the water, right past doors that lead right into the water, and little water balconies with locals sipping wine - it was wonderful, although it seems very touristy, it was well worth it, an experience that will always remain a vivid memory. On our final full day, we took an island tour, traveling by boat out to nearby islands that were some of the first settlements of Venice. Our first island, Murano, ...
... The city of Venice is definately playing a joke on us.
We had seen everyone drinking a delicious looking orange drink and stop for a Spritz Aperol with complimentary potato chips. I had specifically googled a GF pizza place that led us down a narrow deserted lane with no store in sight. Luckily I quickly learn "senza glutine" and find a tomato, mozzarella and pepperoni pizza. That is the beauty of the place I ...
... something not very memorable haha. Caught the bus back to the hotel
at around 8pm. I decided to work out at the gym – good move as I
felt heaps better afterwards.
Got up and had a decent buffet
breakfast. Headed into Venice after a while and did a pretty similar
walk to yesterday. Tried to look for a suitcase but no dice. Can't
really describe Venice too much other than it's very pretty. Didn't
go for a gondola ride as it ...
... Ever." We were hoping to see the film first, but the timing wasn't right. Spending the day indoors was.
We went back to our hotel where we had paid extra for a 6pm check out to rest in advance of our first-class overnight train ride to Venice. After a hearty meal, we boarded train 237. It was really something. We had purchased tickets with the expectation of having ensuite bath and shower, air conditioning, and ...