Alfa Fiera Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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Travel Blogs from Vicenza
... floors of beatifully proportioned loggias. The piazza also contains the Rua or emblem of Padua, which had been part of an annual festival since 1444 and also a lion on a column signifying that Vicenza was once ruled by Venice. Next, a couple of Paladio's palazzos. First Chiericati, stunning from the outside and containing the city ...
... able to see it in person and walk around inside was really great. Villa Rotunda is one of Palladio's most famous villas if not his most famous, and it is the quintessential renaissance villa because of its geometry and symmetry. When we returned to our hotel, we had the afternoon to ourselves. I rank Vicenza #3 out of 6, mainly because I really enjoyed Palladio's buildings. We stayed in Vicenza Tuesday night, and left for Venice Wednesday morning on a train.
... covered wooden footbridge over river; home to many ceramics factories and home of Grappa. Had a taste after looking through museum. Phew! Certainly strong. Tried the standard plus sweeter blueberry infused one. Both tasted and smelt disgusting. But does leave nixe taste and feel in the mouth afterwards. Don't see how they can drink it neat. But would make any worries disappear and lead to relaxed afternoon ...
... this would be a cool book to have on the shelf, and it was paperback so only a few euros. I'd love to get a copy in French from Shakespear and Co. The one bookstore I did go to in Paris had a copy, but it was too big for my bag and cost something near €30.00, too steep for me.
Just enjoying a day of not running around trying to look at stuff. Oh, and laundry... got to love having clean clothes. La dolce vita!
... popped up from an edition published in winter of 2004. In it I found a touching article quoting Al's colleague and friend, attorney Jeffrey Danzig. I hadn't had the opportunity to see it before yesterday when I stumbled upon it accidently. Of the many accolades included in the text, the article spoke to the precedents set in tort litigation by Al and the firm. Jeff talked about how many hundreds of attorneys were influenced by Al ...