B&B Poeta

Address: Via Prosdocimi, 14, Este, Veneto, 35042, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Prosdocimi, 14, Este, is near Casa del Petrarca, Museo Nazionale Atestino, and Monselice.
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    The Most Serene Republic of Venice beckons...

    A travel blog entry by hittite on Aug 21, 2015

    7 photos

    ... useless. Well, they are, if you are expecting to put an address like "1 Main Street, Venice, Veneto" and tell the thing to take you there. Addresses are not Venice's strong point, heck, they once avoided an invading army by removing the signs telling where the rios went, so why mess with a system you might need again one day. However, if you have an idea where you are and where you want to go to, both Google maps and CityMaps2Go apps ...

    Venezia (Butlins?)

    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 04, 2014

    3 photos

    I feel like I'm at Butlins. That's all I will say for now. ---- Ha ha ha, many Brits will (or certainly should - if not, you had a terrible childhood) understand what I meant by the above. I rock up to hostel "Camping Jolly", only to realise that it's a little holiday park / resort in its own right, down to the rows of chalets, ****** party dance area and mini supermarket. Even a swimming pool (which I never used. Why did I bother bringing my ...

    Day in Florence

    A travel blog entry by poole on May 14, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    Spent the day in Florence where we visited David! In all his glory and enjoyed our visited to the Uffizi gallery. Took a few sneaky shots when we weren't suppose to, shhh.... To much of the kids delight we visited a Cathedral in Florence and learnt some history about it. Apartment where we stayed was beautiful with being right on the water and a 1 min walk to the Ponte ...

    San Marco, Ponte Rialto, crowds and more

    A travel blog entry by robliz on Jun 03, 2007

    Sunday - morning we went further out the Accademia Area and Dorsoduro. Lots of little cafes and decorated glass type shops - a few 15th Century churches and that sort of thing. Good morning for it of course as the bells from these churches were chiming out happily for all of the crowds to enjoy. In the afternoon Liz and Jenny explored the Island of Murano where the history of the region is of glass blowing and making. ...


    A travel blog entry by big_papi on Jan 16, 2007

    ... had little adventures all over Venice. We tried to find a night club, but instead we ended up sorta breaking in to an high-end apartment building, and exploring it - we didn't break anything, or steal - just wanted to see if we could get on the roof and get a nice view of the Grand Canal at night. Pretty trippy. The place had TV's outside people's front doors! Each apartment had it's own decorated lobby with expensive chairs, tables, etc. ...