Conca Verde Bed & Breakfast

Address: Via Val Bona 77, Lozzo Atestino, Province of Padua, Veneto, 35034, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Val Bona 77, Lozzo Atestino, is near Museo Nazionale Atestino.
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        Venice, Murrano, Burrano (16)

        A travel blog entry by aundraford on May 28, 2015

        Today with Kurt and Ryan, we hoped on a tour to go to Murrano and Burrano, two small islands about 20 minutes from Venice. I was very hung over so I had a tough mornnkng on the boat, but once we got to Burrano and I had some food my hangover dimmed away. Unfortunately, the boat left one minute after we got to the meeting point, so we had to wait another hour and a ...

        Venice - Day 6 of the tour

        A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 12, 2014

        8 photos

        ... say it's also very expensive. We then had a few hours spare time in Venice. We took advantage of this time to enjoy some pizza and beer for lunch and then perused many of the shops. Amy was happy to shop and I was happy to just hang out under the air conditioners as the day was getting hotter. Later we sat on some steps near St Marks Square to enjoy a gelato and just watched the many people walk by and lapped up the atmosphere of the place. We didn't see it, but ...

        "a yearning to be citizens again"

        A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Nov 08, 2008

        ... will have a chance to go to college provided he or she performs a period of national service - in the military, in the Peace Corps or in the community. Obama's campaign tapped a dormant civic idealism, a hunger among Americans to serve a cause greater than themselves, a yearning to be citizens again." A yearning to be citizens again... Today, and in a deeper sense after ...

        The Sights, Sounds, Tastes, and Smells of Venice

        A travel blog entry by dig_swashb on May 09, 2007

        17 photos

        ... like how the 3 wise men's bones are supposedly inside the cathedral in Koln. Not exactly something that can ever be proved. The Doge's palace was interesting. While not nearly as ornately decorated as it must have been in its heyday (when Venice was the richest city in the world), many of the rooms had incredible paintings all around as well as on the ceilings. The Hall of the Grand Council has the largest oil painting in the world. ...

        With my camera back in action

        A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 03, 2006

        1 comment, 101 photos

        ... with a seagull on his head. And his shoulders. And arms. And just about everywhere else. I also snapped a picture of a guy trying to take a picture of someone else with seagulls all over him, while he himself was swamped by them. Just for my own amusement. It was while walking along the waterfront that ...