AC Hotel Vicenza by Marriott
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This was the day of the big hill, I'd been warned about. As it was a 70kms day as well we decided to take the train to San Bonifacio to halve the distance and rest a little. The thing about Italy which we are still learning is that it takes twice as long to get anywhere as you might think. So we missed the first train @ 10:21 ...
... Or maybe because I had heard of all the people who went their to confess their love for each other. Or perhaps I was interested in the letters people wrote to Juliet. I wasn't sure what it was but I felt drawn to it. As I explored the lovely little streets of Verona and popped in and out of some very nice shops I found myself keeping an eye out for signs for Juliet's balcony. Then I saw one. Casa de Guilietta. I ...
... in Vicenza. I can't think of a better city out of which to base. It is a nice sized city of about 120,000 people. There is a museum, historical site, and/or architectural wonder around every corner. On a Saturday, you'll find many people out and about doing their shopping, eating a mid-morning snack or drinking espresso. Espresso!! I'm trying to be hip. ...
... we were, too. But, we went along with it anyway. He led us to a water taxi and away we went (our ticket included free taxi to Murano). Greeted a the dock by a well-dressed young man - the ride across took about 10mins and was fantastic! - who brought us into the factory for a glass-blowing demo and very personalised service - after the demo, we were offered a personalised tour of the glass showroom (only for 'special' people) and big discounts and ...
... is a famous piece of art, and a piece of wood from the Thorn of Crowns) but it was under major renovations. Then, we had a gentle walk back to the car, and my wonderful husband agreed to drive us past La Rotonda – a villa which is another Palladian masterpiece. It was open to the public, but we figured that the seven of us were rather hot and tired, and wouldn’t get the full benefit – something to come back for next ...