Alfa Fiera Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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What a pleasant surprise package this was. We stayed at a beautiful guest house in Valle Felicita owned by two gorgeous young Italians with 2 kids. It was a home away from home and as such we decided to stay 4 days. We had intended travelling to Venice from here but John has been unwell with flu so we stayed put so he could rest. The hosts put us in touch with a pharmacy that had Doctors working who ...
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 14.1 kms
I reach Vicenza near evening and kind of hurry through the old city making a beeline for the hostel, hoping I can get a room without a reservation. It's one thing to camp out in the Alps, it's another to camp out in the perimeter of a large city in the overdeveloped plains. Luckily there's plenty of room--all the tourist it seems are crammed into Verona.
I get to talking with a Johnny, ...
... of distance and depth. I've never seen anything like it. The seating is colliseum-like and the audience is surrounded by statues of famous Roman characters. The best I could do was take a few pics of the outdoor courtyard surrounding the theatre. It would be worth it to look online at some of the photos of the interior of the theatre. The ...
... born. It is truely breathtaking. Some of the pictures show the mountains and the view over Piovene.
Carmen has documented the conversation and more information may follow. We will need to come back to visit the town hall and search their records. I look forward to filling the blanks, of which there are still many.
Tomorrow its the train to Venice, but today is one that will not be forgotten.
I can't believe I've been in Italy for over two months now! It feels like much, much longer. How can so much happen in such a short amount of time? So let's see...the week after Barcelona, we carved pumpkins. Usually Italians just eat the pumpkins, so to have a jack-o-lantern was a novel thing. I asked the boys if they would like to help gut the pumpkins, but they were too grossed out by the slimy-ness (sliminess?) so I did them myself. They took them ...