Villa Giustinian

Address: Via Giustiniani 11, Portobuffolè, Veneto, 31040, Italy | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa is located on Via Giustiniani 11, Portobuffolè.
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        Travel Blogs from Portobuffolè

        Welcome to the Dolomites

        A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Oct 19, 2015

        1 comment, 73 photos

        ... grandparents.

        Le Palue provides a life for only a few people and reminds me of nothing. Seldom a car drives by or a plane flies overhead in the distance. This place is tranquil, inviting, and completely at peace. As the sun sets behind Marmolada, queen of the Dolomites, we are left with another mark of Italy's never-ending splendor. It is very easy to understand how people can spend their lives in such a way.

        Mountain bliss


        Entry #8: Greece & Turkey

        A travel blog entry by ballan68 on Oct 13, 2015

        13 photos

        ... Mary was pretty special. Our Mediterranean cruise ended with a brief trip to Venice. A most beautiful city to sail into, the highlights were St. Mark's Cathedral and the Doge's Palace. Here we said good-bye to our friends and now Peg & I are off to Sorrento on the south coast of Italy for the final week of our ...

        The walled town of Treviso

        A travel blog entry by anniehanson on Sep 25, 2015

        4 photos

        Day 19 - Vittorio Veneto to Treviso 51km Today was to be a magic 25 degrees and basically a flat ride along roads. The only part we were baffled by was there was a section of our route drawn on the map which did not correspond to any road or bike path. It looked like we were just going through fields. Anyway, we headed off through some magic wine country with lots of tall clocks / watch towers in ...

        The magical island of Burano

        A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 17, 2015

        42 photos

        ... I reckon.
        The ladies on the island of Burano back in the 1500's started to make lace as a way of earning extra income to supplement the fishing that the men did. There are it seems seven different stitches in lace making and so each woman learned how to do one sort of stitch perfectly and they got together and passed the lace around to make the patterns using the different stitches. It can and used to take weeks of ...

        Day 200

        A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Feb 16, 2015

        11 photos

        ... We explored some of the narrow alley ways, sometimes they lead to another alleyway some were dead ends and others ended at a canal, swim or turn around was the only two options. Eventually we ended back at San Marco square, there was still entertainment taking place on the stage area and plenty of people still in costumes, parading around and having their pictures taken. We stopped for an ice cream and then walked ...