Hotel De La Ville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for Johnny.
The house was only 200m from the beginning of all the walking trails that extend up to Monte Grappa. I had a ball walking and enjoying the countryside. It was sooooo steep but views amazing. The first night we arrived it snowed so that was a lovely welcome, great outlook in the morning and snow stayed in places on the mountain for the 4 days.
We spent an afternoon driving up to ...
... it his workshop.
First we head outside the city, up a long stairway up into the hills. Here you follow narrow roads lined with walls past vast villa estates. Johnny wants to visit and photograph one of these villas which has Palladio's signature design. With so much architecture to be enjoyed for free, I'm a bit reluctant to pay to see a building... so I take a walk through the countryside instead.
Afterwards we head back ...
... but I'll stop for now with more to come.
Vicenza is located smack dab in the middle between ...
... meet in front of the newsagency at Vicenza station at 11.15, and Peter can tell you the rest ...
At Carmen's insistance, many months ago, I did an internet search on my family name. With only few results, again on her insistence, I emailed the those persons who were in the search results. As mentioned above Guido Dettino was one of the people on the list. To say I was sceptical would not have been an understatement. ...
... went to Vicenza, which is where the famous architect Andrea Palladio has many buildings. One of his buildings, Villa Rotonda, has been an extremely important part of my architectural training, and I've been learning about it since the first day of college. Once I got there, I checked into my hostel, then spent the day walking around with a map I got from the tourist info place. There were about 30 or so buildings to see, and I think I got around ...