Alfa Fiera Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Vicenza
... spectacular views. I must say that the hospital felt a bit like Australia of the 1970's style, I'm sure Princess Grace would have expected something a little classier. I also found their pricing model interesting - fixed price per day regardless of surgery, CT scans... Makes me wonder if they resist expensive treatment to maximise profit??
We also had the chance to go back to Juan les ...
... for breakfast). Anyway, we packed up and and started the (mostly uphill) trek back to the train station for the 10:37 to Milano Centrale (us and lots of other tourists). We thoroughly enjoyed this delightful section of Italy – with scenery that rivals the best we've seen around the world. Definitely should be on everyone’s bucket list!!
So, our ...
... of hilly terrain or catch the train to Vicenza. Mary Anne wisely choose the later while I decided to ride up the even bigger hill to Perarolo. Hard ride but nice panoramic views including overlooking Vicenza and the large Basilica of Monte Berico. Another long day on the bike (8am - ...
Photos (below) of Basillica Palladiana (with a 13th century tower next to it), Loggia del Capitano (one of his later works, the theater (his last work) and still in use, and the Museo Civico. (Click on photos to see larger versions with full captions).
Navigator couldn't find Villa Rotonda (a world Heritage site), outside of Vicenza. We'll come back for it.
... by Palladio. Vicenza has 23 inscribed monuments and buildings in the city center and 16 provincial villas in the countryside attributed to him. Of course, he was commissioned to build elsewhere too, but Vicenza has the most in one city. Siesta is from 1pm to 4 or 4:30 pm and all the shops are closed. They reopen and stay open to 7:30 or 8:00 pm. The cafes (trattorias) serve lunch until 2 or 2:30 and then ...