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, Monselice, and Museo Nazionale Atestino.
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      Shopping and eating Venice Style

      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 13, 2014

      ... we had an opportunity to buy items. When I came to Venice the first time I regretted not buying and murano glass. So this time a bought a small vase in a lavender colour. Apparently the lavender and red colours are the most precious because they have to use gold to make the colours. I also bought some earrings. I'm spent big buying a necklace and earrings set. It was then back on the boat and off to San ...

      Romance, Gondolas & Shopping

      A travel blog entry by mblack92 on Apr 15, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... before we made the big flight from the bottom of Italy up to Venice in the north. As we left the hostess at our hostel told us she had never been to Venice because 'it was just too romantic, a place for lovers!!' Well Michaela and I obviously lovers. Lovers of gelato! Lovers of water! Lovers of Italy! We figured ourselves to be the perfect candidates for all that Venice had to offer!!!! Venice with all its streets of water, with every building a work of art, with ...

      Venice: Day 3

      A travel blog entry by jaq123 on Nov 13, 2007

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... sure that what he was actually hearing was ... blah blah blah, but he smiled and amused me by letting me speak. There were many Titian and Tintoretto paintings there, as well as other works by great masters and although not a huge gallery it was great to visit. Then we proceeded with a walk of about 4-5 hours through the different districts, up the alleys and ...

      Rained Out!

      A travel blog entry by misschristie on May 04, 2007

      ... great to hear from a local!! I arrived in Venice in the evening and it was starting to get dark out. I was surprised that the city was pretty much closed down. I had to navigate my way to find the bus station, but i eventually found it amongst the all the canals! It is a very beautiful city and I felt the most safe here at night that I have felt anywhere so far. I stayed at the `campsite`that my Vancouver friends from ...

      Damn camera....

      A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 02, 2006

      16 photos

      ... that's *all* it had. No roads, no train lines. Just canals, walkways and lots of bridges. I was thinking of walking around for a bit, but then noticed the water bus in front of me went to the Ponte di Rialto (you know, the famous bridge with all the shops on it), so figured that'd be easier job. The scenery was stunning - while plenty of the houses along the canal look fairly run down and uncared for, the fact ...