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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    Venice, Murrano, Burrano (16)

    A travel blog entry by aundraford on May 28, 2015

    Today with Kurt and Ryan, we hoped on a tour to go to Murrano and Burrano, two small islands about 20 minutes from Venice. I was very hung over so I had a tough mornnkng on the boat, but once we got to Burrano and I had some food my hangover dimmed away. Unfortunately, the boat left one minute after we got to the meeting point, so we had to wait another hour and a ...

    Venezia (Butlins?)

    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... me clear a couple of things up. 1) "The rats rule the streets". I don't doubt there are rats everywhere. Are there not in every city? You get a bloody rat for a train companion in London. However, I didn't see a single one in Venice. I'm not doubting that they come out when it's quiet and the tourists aren't around (which is never), or stick to the tiny back alleys (which are too narrow for people to walk down anyway), but seriously, it's not ...


    A travel blog entry by nicoleau93 on Jul 29, 2013

    ... some Australian guys who, after 2 hours of walking around admitted they had about as much of an idea about where they were going as we did about Australian politics. Not much.

    After Rome, we made our way to Florence and our very cool hostel. Complete with swimming pool and terrace bar, yep, think we'll be alright here. After some exploring (finding appropriate bars to drink in) and taking a few more typical tourist photos (see attached) we got back to the hostel, just in ...

    Rained Out!

    A travel blog entry by misschristie on May 04, 2007

    ... because I met some locals from Verona. Up to this point I had not found Itailians to be very friendly people. They donīt smile alot and they arent too keen to help out a tourist. I think they are a people who are just happy with themselves and they dont focus too much on customer service. So when a couple sat down next to me on the train and started chatting me up I was pretty surprised. We chatted pretty much the whole ride and it was ...

    With my camera back in action

    A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 03, 2006

    1 comment, 101 photos

    ... now, it gets dark very early - around 5. But by 7, it feels like the dead of night. While the main areas, the streets from the Ponte di Rialto to the Piazza, the Piazza itself and the waterfront still have people around, much of the rest of the city feels deserted, with just the odd person or group ...