Ai Tre Archi

Address: via Venere 11, Vicenza, Veneto, 36055, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on via Venere 11, Vicenza, is near Surplus Diesel.
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Travel Blogs from Vicenza

Pool Relaxation

A travel blog entry by lyz_lorene on Jul 18, 2013

2 photos

... I'm ready to get back to American drivers, that's for sure! When we got there we said our good byes and I got on the bus. We had a short bus ride to this shopping place. I got a shirt there. We had a long time to shop so Morgan and I got some gelato. Then we went to lunch where we had rice and some bread. Not exactly my preferred meal. Then we went swimming at ...

Day 15.2

A travel blog entry by twowombats on Jan 08, 2012

5 comments, 14 photos

... it to death on the outside - when we walked in, we were by ourselves and all of a sudden, the masses descended - Peter reckons that it's because we're crowd magnets! Still, we took our time, and tried to absorb everything we saw. Leaving the church, we went in search of the Rialto, not having a detailed map and trying to follow the signs on the wall, we got lost, but thanks to the phone's gps, ...

An Often Missed Gem of a City

A travel blog entry by iris-linda on Aug 01, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

... for a cup of coffee, but at the Illy bar it was 1,30…even sitting on the terrace. Maybe it helped that we bought a salad for lunch too? PS: Iris now has 4 gelato shovels.

We have been trying Margherita pizza in different locales too. So far they have been unremarkable. Here in northern Italy the crust has been medium with lots of mozzarella and a little bit of tomato sauce. Prices usually around 8 Euro. ...


A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Oct 21, 2007


As Jim has attested, I am having the typical computer glitches! I lost what I'm certain was a brillantly written update of my first official "maccina" outing accompanied by shouts and horn honking! I did make it to one of the local gourmet wine stores where I joined an all male wine tasting. After they decided I was a true afficianado and not just a WinO they stopped being so concerned about not understanding my English and accepted me with open arms. I think it didn't ...

Long trip to Venice

A travel blog entry by bigbenn on Sep 27, 2006

Got to train station early and lined up for an hour to book our ticket to Venice. Then waited an hour for the train before finally departing. Arrived in Venice at half past three and caught the bus out to our Camp ground. In a cabin again, much better than tent, but miles out of ...