Alfa Fiera Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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I don't want to leave Verona specifically because of the air conditioning. Did something really stupid. I decided to walk to the train station. I thought if I walked slowly it would be okay. Not a good idea. Very hot. I watched a bit of the Italian TV news and I think they were saying most of Europe is experiencing a heat wave. I'm counting the seconds until I board the train. AND guess what? Now that I'm on board the ...
... give some money for the site to be used as a medical facility for dangerously ill patients, but they will not allow it to be used also for tourists as a day spa for example, whivh in my mind would subsidize and assust the care of others, and keep tge region in good repair - the governments is not of that opinion. ..
Anyway, the water was delicious and tasted almost effervescent straight out of the spring - amazing ...
Past Verona's piazza Nogara and the Arena. Got a little lost on the outskirts but eventually along the backroads past cornfields and up a steep hill to Colognola de Colli. Then down the other side to Soave with its city walls and castle nearby. After about 40kms we had a choice, ride ...
... alone was worth the trip. You enter through a non-descript decaying brick exterior, walk through a plain hallway (around the back of the theater and enter through the side to the most amazing theater I've seen. An ornate permanent structure with three openings leading to streets that converge on the stage.Figures in the front are people selected by the donors, and one (off to the side) ...
Saturday we walked into the center of Vicenza, amazed to find the beautiful town almost vacant.
Our B&B host had informed us that relatively few tourists visit this city unless they are students of architecture. Around every corner is another Palladian masterpiece. Palladio is a famous Italian architect in the 1500s. The White House in Washington, D.C. and Jefferson's Monticello are built in the ...