Conca Verde Bed & Breakfast

Via Valbona, 77, Lozzo Atestino, Province of Padua, Veneto, 35034, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Valbona, 77, Lozzo Atestino, is near Museo Nazionale Atestino.
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    Travel Blogs from Lozzo Atestino

    Onto Florence

    A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... beautiful. The tablecloths, napkins, runners, hankies, dollies made of linen and lace - exquisite. Oh I did covet! (You will smile Alma). I watched a lady making lace - so fine and precise and she was totally focused. The village itself was lovely and the meal. - oh my. Predominately fish served, but for those not keen on seafood, alternative of chicken or steak offered. Started with fish pâté on bread or Italian toast, then fish ...

    Off to Venezia

    A travel blog entry by girlygirl1226 on Jun 09, 2007

    20 photos

    ... hot & sweaty__ only to discover that they did not HOLD our ...


    A travel blog entry by alikayorr on Feb 21, 2007

    1 comment, 86 photos

    ... 25 kids) but a blast all the same. I get weepy just thinking about it. We're staying in my favorite area, Southwark, where the Globe Theatre, Thames River, Tate Modern, St. Pauls, a Starbucks, all the amazing bridges are located, and just a great place to spend time. It's beautiful. I can't wait to see Ron and Bridie (my host family!) p.s. Kels one of my roomies here (as I have 3!) slams the door all the time and I always think of how cross Bridie would be with ...


    A travel blog entry by aerocat on Oct 29, 2006

    So, although Venice might have been the most boring stop on the trip... it turns out that it's also the most photogenic. I ...


    A travel blog entry by fezmonkey on Oct 22, 2006

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... ships do is bring their own culture and atmosphere and impose it on a new location. The question begs to be asked," then why travel". It reminds me of an axiom in science that says that as you put more energy into observing a phenomenon the more you change the nature of the system being studied. I am being judgmental of this form of traveling and I am sure if I had a tumor the size of Madonna's head and was immobile I would put on a golf shirt and would join them on their ...