Adele

Via Medici, 36, Vicenza, Veneto, 36100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Medici, 36, Vicenza, is near Teatro Olimpico, Basilica Palladiana, Araceli, and Chiesa di S.Maria in Foro (o dei Servi).
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    Travel Blogs from Vicenza

    La famiglia a Verona

    A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on Aug 10, 2014

    4 comments, 35 photos

    ... and ferry to Torri del Benaco on Lago di Garda for swimming and dinner overlooking the lake
    Shopping and sightseeing
    Lunches and dinners in Verona
    Golf at Verona GC
    Farewell drinks and dinners

    After all the months of planning there was the perfect family week in Verona. See captions on the photos below to get personal comments on the week by all family ...

    An epic love story - Verona.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 10, 2014

    ... there. The charming waiters kept referring to me as 'Miss Juliet' and the somewhat fluent Italian I picked up in my primary school years means I'm pretty much having an entire conversation with the locals which consists of 'good morning / night', 'do you speak English?', 'Thankyou' and counting to 20. This coupled with the magnificent weather and we had a nice, relaxing, people watching experience. I know I may sound like a middle aged, English ...

    Vicenza

    A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor on Feb 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... and Van Gogh among others. After going through the art exhibit, we sketched the Basilica and grabbed some lunch. After lunch, we took taxis to the countryside right outside Vicenza to see Villa Rotunda. This was a very special building for me personally, because I remember one of the first works of architecture that I ever studied was in my architecture class with Mr. Shapiro at Loyola Blakefield, and Mr. Shapiro had me draw the plans and elevations of Villa ...

    Chess, Cherries, Grappa & Ceramics

    A travel blog entry by clakiwi on Oct 10, 2012

    ... Had bruschetta for lunch. Didn't seem to be on menus in Venice. Was excellent and even better with glass of loxal Pinit Grigio. Off to the Ceramics museum. Interesting but nothing that coveted. Back on bus via different route to see more of the countryside. Tea in excellent restaurant over the road from hostel. Full of locals and most tables reserved so was encouraging sign. And can see why as food was ...

    America-World, and Gnocchi

    A travel blog entry by lawler12 on Oct 04, 2010

    Gnocchi actually was last night. Dave and Nicole and I went to one of their favorite restaurants for Gnocci. I hadn't ever had gnocchi, and I can't understand why. This little potatoe based meal is one my short list for best foods of all times, probably duking it out with perogies for a top place.

    America-World is the themepark style name that we used to describe the US army base that I visited whilest here. It ...