Hotel Sereno

Address: Via della Provvidenza 31, Rubano, Veneto, 35030, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located on Via della Provvidenza 31, Rubano, is near Prato della Valle, Caffe Pedrocchi, Palace of Law (Palazzo della Ragione), and Muggia.
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Travel Blogs from Rubano

Venice to Croatia

A travel blog entry by flatwhitejo on Sep 19, 2014

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Friday 19th Sept Last night by chance we ran into Alessandro in the street as we were on our way to dinner. Alessandro joined us for drinks ( send pic) and suggested a Jewish restaurant called Gam Gam for dinner. ( send pic) We seem to have fallen into European dining times eating very late in the evening ( tonight it was 10.00 previous night 9.15pm) and eating a varied late breakfast .It wasn't far, but as we arrived ...


A travel blog entry by bakkernancy on May 17, 2014

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... a moment of oh yeah **** I get motion sickness but then realised if that I could go on a boat with Steve (haha love you Steve!), I could nail this!

I felt sorry for the three Spanish girls on the boat though as in the first 5 minutes they were covering their eyes and gasping trying not to throw up. Awwwww.

Finally we got to San Stae and our airbnb host met us (finally!!!!) and took us to our place to stay. We were there ...

Blind Venetian.

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Dec 15, 2013

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... it back into the fire! Oh how such talent and beauty can be so replaceable. What a world.

Then we headed down to the canal to board our gondola and started weaving our way through the rivers that separate the 118 islands they call 'Venice'. We screamed a lot as we kept seeming to tip towards the water, and our gondola driver (paddler?) wasn't very reassuring in this regard. He'd occasionally make a big bang on the boat with his stick, at the same moment ...

A wet day in Venice

A travel blog entry by canddosborne on Oct 06, 2013

... were selling disposable gumboots that fit on over your shoes and reach up to your knees to keep your feet and shoes dry. A very nifty idea.
Battling the crush of crowds who were staying under cover we managed to make out way across the square to the church without getting too wet, byway of the trestles that they put down for youto walk on. They are wide elevated trestles about 400 mm off the ground and they line them up to form a boardwalk.
Anyway into the church and up ...

Day 4 - Bonus Day!

A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 26, 2013

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... dead end; we walked to the end only to find water with no bridge! We weren't the only tourists doing this! The rule we devised was follow the crowds and the shops and hope for the best. eventually you will pop out into a piazza which you can then find on a map.It was fun and interesting but so time consuming. It took a long time to cover any distance. One such square we popped up in was Campo della Fenice. We were hot and hungry so had a bottle of excellent Ventian wine ...