Europa Hotel Vicenza
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... Giuliana", Recoaro Terme, Vicenza, Veneto, Italia
Very small mineralized veinlets and clefts in quartz-phyllites near "Giuliana" mineral spring.
It is sad that tourists dont come here much anymore as most of tge shoos in town are closed due to the economy. My guide told me thst the ...
... from the front car beams which are reflecting through the fog and having to deal with Italians who think its ok to zoom down the road casually as if it's bloody sunshiny......nuts! Any who, we make it to the hotel, somehow. It's a cute place which I can imagine is very beautiful in the summer periods with incredible views. Unfortunately this is just a stop off night as of tomorrow night, we are staying with another Theatrino group :) which will be super nice! Buona notte ragazzi :' ...
Palladio (1508-1580), Andrea di Peitro is considered one of the greatest architects. Jefferson's Monticello is modeled on Palladio. Because it has so many of his works, Vicenza is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
About 30 miles from Verona, it was a quick trip (noon to 5 p.m.), and an enjoyable walk through the pedestrian-only city center to the main piazza and beyond. ...
Yeah, overall it's really nice here and laid back. Still trying to learn Italian culture and customs, it's amazing to think of all the little things that make up a culture that is odd or even offensive for them but fine with us. But I'm trying me best to be a good guest in this country.
Will keep my experiences here up to date. Sorry, don't really have any photos yet, but I'll take some ...
... of my task needs. To fix this I have to drop everything and wave my arms around wildly in hopes of reactivating the sensors and restoring light. There are also still a few of those darn "Turkish toilets" around where you have to place your feet in the ceramic footprints, aim for the hole in the floor, and then hope for the best. Certainly makes wearing a skirt a preferable option. Walking the streets of Vicenza I was once again struck by the winding ...