AC Hotel Vicenza by Marriott
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... just after our epic super-fun road trip we took through Spain and France - just to get here! So needless to say it's been a blast!
- Oh, yeah, we've also really enjoyed our apartment and this town (Bassano Del Grappa). It is lovely and locally we've had a ton of fun too. Every Thursday and Saturday the huge outdoor market rolls in to town - there is everything from socks to salads, purses to prunes, right out our front door. It takes up the two squares, and most ...
Day 247 10 hrs, 11.2 kms Padova is my third province in 3 days. It's also a revisit town, as I came here with my wife and daughter back in 2009. We took an enjoyable stroll through town, although a bit limited, as my wife and daughter don't have quite the stamina for my typical 30-40 kilometers a day of walking. So today I'm going to explore the town again at my own pace. Padova ...
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 14.1 kms
I reach Vicenza near evening and kind of hurry through the old city making a beeline for the hostel, hoping I can get a room without a reservation. It's one thing to camp out in the Alps, it's another to camp out in the perimeter of a large city in the overdeveloped plains. Luckily there's plenty of room--all the tourist it seems are crammed into Verona.
I get to talking with a Johnny, ...
... of distance and depth. I've never seen anything like it. The seating is colliseum-like and the audience is surrounded by statues of famous Roman characters. The best I could do was take a few pics of the outdoor courtyard surrounding the theatre. It would be worth it to look online at some of the photos of the interior of the theatre. The ...
... born. It is truely breathtaking. Some of the pictures show the mountains and the view over Piovene.
Carmen has documented the conversation and more information may follow. We will need to come back to visit the town hall and search their records. I look forward to filling the blanks, of which there are still many.
Tomorrow its the train to Venice, but today is one that will not be forgotten.