AC Hotel Vicenza by Marriott
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Travel Blogs from Vicenza
... legs have never been so tired in my life! That combined with the higher altitude made for quite the
workout, but the views along the way were incredible.
We finally arrived at the top after about four and a half hours and were able to sit down to take a break and eat our sandwiches. After our break we continued up to the memorial at the mountain which memorializes troops who fought in World War I, as this was ...
On our drive down from Munich, we stopped in Sterzing, Italy. Before I get to that, I have to say, driving through the Dolomite's has been amazing. The roads can be a bit scary, and all you want to do is look around at the scenery! We ended up stopping in Sterzing because there was a castle there we wanted to explore. The Castle dates back to 12th century and it is called Reifenstein Castle. There are 4 tours a day, and they ...
We left Poggibonsi where we had stayed 4 nights and drove towards Venice by way of Verona. It's a pretty drive, lots of fruit trees and corn and grapes. It’s not perfect, however; there were also some dilapidated houses that had multiple cars parked out front. We had to stop not even an hour into the trip because the police pulled us over! After about 30 minutes of studying some paperwork and talking amongst themselves, we were able to continue on our way. All ...
Past Verona's piazza Nogara and the Arena. Got a little lost on the outskirts but eventually along the backroads past cornfields and up a steep hill to Colognola de Colli. Then down the other side to Soave with its city walls and castle nearby. After about 40kms we had a choice, ride ...
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