Abano Grand Hotel

Address: Valerio Flacco, 1, Abano Terme, Veneto, 35031, Italy | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Valerio Flacco, 1, Abano Terme, is near Basilica di Santa Giustina, Praglia Abbey, Abbazia di S.Maria di Praglia, and Butterfly Arc.
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      Abano Terme

      A travel blog entry by viv.cann on Sep 24, 2014

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      It was a steady 50kms tide to Abano Terme which is a Spa Town with thermal springs and warm pools to swim in. Our hotel was like a resort with pools and treatments. We hit the pool about 3:30 and immediately ordered a delicious bottle of Pinot Griggio served with crisps. The rules of the resort were that you had to wear a cap in the pool, we used our shower caps from the room and no ...

      Venice, day one...

      A travel blog entry by figment on Jul 12, 2014

      ... two glasses of, and decided that what i really needed was a nap. Marshall went to the flooded from high tide with a full moon San Marco's square while I napped, took pictures, then came back to nap too. When we woke up it was overcast and pleasantly cool. Marshall wanted to shop and see the Rialto, so we went. On the way it positively poured, so we took cover in a mask shop and waited for the worst of it to pass. (Also we shopped.) The ...

      Day 14.5 Prague - Milan - Venice

      A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 05, 2013

      6 comments, 27 photos

      ... first dry crossing of the Grand Canal was a pontoon bridge built in 1181 by Nicolò Barattieri. It was called the Ponte della Moneta, presumably because of the mint that stood near its eastern entrance. The present stone bridge, a single span designed by Antonio da Ponte, was finally completed in 1591. It is remarkably similar to the wooden bridge it succeeded. Two inclined ramps lead up to a central portico. On either side of the portico the covered ramps carry rows of ...

      Planes, trains, and vaporetti...?

      A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 07, 2013

      13 photos

      ... by my literary meanderings, so I will keep it up. If you don't like it, however... Tough. Upon arriving in Venice, our excitement was at its peak. While our stay in London was amazing and we cannot wait to go back, it was really just a happy coincidence that we ended up there on our way to Italy. This was always to be the bulk of the trip, and we had finally made it! Our first view as we entered the city from the train station was breathtaking. The grand canal, swarming with ...

      Brilliant place to start the holiday

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Aug 02, 2013

      7 photos

      ... walking round in circles. After an hour the sun was getting the best of us so we started to ask locals for directions. They told us the quickest way was to get the ferry which was located where we first started .

      When we arrived at the ferry port we managed to squeeze on the next ferry. The journey took 45mins to get San Marco square.

      Once we were at San Marco we knew we were pretty close so I turned on my 3G just so we can find the hotel ...