Relais Villa Selvatico

Address: Via Ca Morelli 27, Roncade, Veneto, 31056, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Ca Morelli 27, Roncade.
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      Venice, city of dreams

      A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... per day, which she tried to give to the Louvre before leaving France just before the war. The Louvre thought it was too way out! Instead she hid it in a barn in the south of France, before shipping it all to New York, labelled as 'household goods'. She also fled to the US, along with a number of European artists, including Max Ernst, who she married. (Note- this is Information gleaned from a curator's talk, not my research,) In the late 40s and alone again, she decided to live in ...

      1 night in venice is like a year in any other plac

      A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... right - I've done several courses with her at the Weald and down land museum and she's an absolute riot. Recommended too. So the tickets are booked for the Rome train and it just remains to pack the last bits. Ciao ciao venice. Hello ...

      Adventures in Venetian dining - part 1

      A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... a scallop in its shell, a sea bream carpaccio and a tartare of sea bass, all of which were served completely raw. I have had other raw versions of these items before, but never as amazing as this - perhaps because we are in Italy, where everything just tastes better... Langoustines are like a heavenly cross between a lobster and a shrimp. They were served with the heads on, as well as the claws (though, there's not really any meat in the claw), but the tail had been ...

      The Canals of Venice

      A travel blog entry by dormisdijana on Sep 14, 2013

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      ... stop in the square while our guide told us some history then we set off through the main streets. The next main stop was Rialto Bridge. Rialto Bridge is the oldest bridge across the Grand Canal. There were heaps of tourists in Venice and as expected the bridge was full to the max which made it very hard to get photos. We then set off for a church and this is where the group separated.

      Myself, Vanessa and Martina were on ...

      Day 23 - I never queued up for patience.

      A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Aug 25, 2013

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      ... over the canal. It was all very quaint and we each had a delicious carbonara! Nice to be undercover too as there was a massive lightning storm happening. Uber cool. After dinner we had to head back to make the final shuttle, but we'd missed the last people mover. Venice is definitely an early bird place as everything is basically shut by 10. Chucking it down with rain we sprinted to the bus. We made it. Albeit soaking wet! Arriving back at the campsite we had a drink but the ...