Hotel Capital Rovigo

Address: Via Porta Adige 45, Rovigo, Veneto, 45100, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Porta Adige 45, Rovigo.
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      Travel Blogs from Rovigo

      Shopping and eating Venice Style

      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 13, 2014

      When we woke this morning the weather was still horrible and rainy. Our first visit this morning was to see a glass blowing demonstration. The island of Murano in Venice is famous for the glass. I order to make the perfect vase/ glass the artist my have to make 6 to get one perfect one. During the demonstration the artist made a vase and a horse figurine which such ease it was very impressive. After ...

      Italy - Arrived at Venice

      A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 11, 2014

      10 photos

      ... started with a tomato, mozzarella and basil salad, following by spaghetti in a tomato sauce, the main was a medallion of beef with gravy and potatoes with a tiramisu for dessert. I also had a some of the fish which was the other choice for main. The food was delicious, the atmosphere in the restaurant was great and it was all washed down with a very nice glass of sparkling wine and a bottle of red. Everyone was in great spirits ...

      Venice: Day 3

      A travel blog entry by jaq123 on Nov 13, 2007

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Today was a day of discovery. Andre and I tried to see how much of Venice we could discover on foot. We began by making our way to the Academie where many art works are on display. Of course Andre was totally unimpressed when I pointed out a Giorgione painting, the 'Tempest', which I had studied for my exams in term 1, and tried to educate him on all the important details. ...

      Rained Out!

      A travel blog entry by misschristie on May 04, 2007

      ... because I met some locals from Verona. Up to this point I had not found Itailians to be very friendly people. They donīt smile alot and they arent too keen to help out a tourist. I think they are a people who are just happy with themselves and they dont focus too much on customer service. So when a couple sat down next to me on the train and started chatting me up I was pretty surprised. We chatted pretty much the whole ride and it was ...

      Damn camera....

      A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 02, 2006

      16 photos

      ... of the city, slowly making my way towards Piazza San Marco, where the famous Basilica of Saint Mark is. The square itself is beautiful, and while there are always dozens of people in it, they don't even come close to outnumbering the pidgeons. There are hundreds all of the place, and you can even buy food to give to them. Most places seem to prefer you don't feed the pigeons. One poor guy was covered with them, on his ...