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Marketing - Tourism & Travel / Hotels
|English term or phrase: mole|
|The hotel has a suggestive entrance, a path with a nice big garden separates the mole from the lobby.|
N.B. The hotel in Venice, Italy.
|Local time: 13:42|
|English translation:jetty / landing-stage|
This is clearly NOT native English (no-one in their right mind would have said 'a suggestive entrance'!), so I suspect, as it is Venice, they mean 'mole' in the nautical sense, but are using it wrongly. It is probably a private jetty or landing-stage (or conceivably some kind of quay), as is common in Venice, and which would be entirely consistent with the geography they seem to be trying (unsuccessfully!) to describe.
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Local time: 12:42
|Thanks Tony for your help, thank you all!|
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