Agriturismo Al Segnavento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAgriturismo Al Segnavento Zelarino
This place is fantastic -- the type of place where you are greeted with a handshake by the owner's youngest son. The older son runs the restaurant -- a michelin rated place that uses only those ingredients that are grown or made on site. I have never felt so welcomed and taken-care of -- a 5 star experience indeed!
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... by the sun and checking our small scale map we arrived at our destination. We returned home and crashed for a while before heading out for dinner. We walked up the canal until almost opposite St Marks, but the restaurants were e other too expensive, or not very interesting. We returned to the place we ate at on Saturday evening and again watched the sun set and the cruise liners depart, whilst enjoying some seafood and ...
... language barrier here, but we managed. They did bring us fresh bruscetta. I had pasta with porcini mushrooms and grilled vegetables on the side, mmmm. Tasted like forest floor. Which in that case of mushrooms is a good thing. It felt much more relaxing to go out to eat with just a small group of people rather than 13. Then back "home" for a wine nightcap in the common room in the basement to bid farewell to a few who are heading off tomorrow.
... we see gorgeous mountainous areas which surround the school and I could just imagine the classrooms had great views. Along came Polly...... Ahhh only joking..... Maria. This woman, I'm sure, could run a marathon. I'm pretty sure she ran a marathon just before school started. She explains where we can park and just before leaving she says, "I need to exhilaration the operation". In my mind I think she's ...
... times. Ships left the harbor with European goods, returning from the East with spices, cloth and jewels for the royalty of Europe. The Venetian sailors were brave merchants, crossing thousands of miles of water, returning years after their departure.
The train station was only about 1/2 mile, so we walked over the bridges with our backpacks, to catch the train to Florence (Firenza).
An uneventful bus trip back to Venice sees us unceremoniously deposited at the bus station at 6.30 on a cool morning. We have a coffee and pastry (they are so good on this side of the world) and plan what to do. We can not drop our bags until 8am so after our coffee we catch the people mover to Roma Square, close to where we will leave our bags and find our little park from our previous visit. And hour to read in the beautiful ...