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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... was a little chewy, the fried rice may have been the best we ever had. Next we had the sushi itself; a mix of salmon, tuna and tuna belly, all perfectly fresh and beautifully cut. Our craving for sushi was more than satisfied, all the way over here in Verona.
This morning marked our last few hours in Verona so we decided we would take the opportunity to explore one more square, the Piazza Bra, which is home to the Verona Lyric Opera Arena.
... exhibit and the ticket line was long and expensive.)
Andrea was commissioned to design the Teatro, and work was started in 1580, but he passed away within a couple of months of its start at the age of 72. His son finished the Teatro. It is the oldest roofed theater in the world and is modeled with the same style as ancient Roman theaters, with a ...
... nice pool. We all had to wear swim caps. I laid out in the sun for a while, it was so relaxing. :) then we left and had another bus ride to dinner. We had some really tender meat and some creepy yellow stuff. It wasn't good but the meat was alright. Then we went back to the hotel. We all sat in the hallway. Everyone was still hungry so we all ordered pizza. It was ...
... found it - at sunset(4.30). A little wait and the sun dipped behind the buildings, so we could take photos of the Grand Canal, along with everyone else who was lined up along the stairs and top of this bridge. Homeward-bound we followed the signs back to the station, with a few deviations along the way, in time to catch the fast regionale back to Vicenza, (3 stops - Mestre, Padova and ...
Up early the next morning – Elio's cousin Maria Teresa and her husband Valerio were driving from Milan to catch up with us, and had agreed to meet us in Vicenza (about half way from Milan). We arrived in the city to find some sort of bike race which involved the same guys going round and round the old city, blocking access – but fortune shined on us again and we got a great free park close to the city gates, and made our way ...