Hotel Corona Vicenza

Address: Via Sovizzo, 4, Altavilla Vicentina, Veneto, 36077, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Sovizzo, 4, Altavilla Vicentina, is near Il Duomo & Duomo Museum (Museo del Duomo), Duomo, Giardino Salvi, and Italia.
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Travel Blogs from Altavilla Vicentina

Help! I'm Being Bus-jacked!

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Nov 12, 2014

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... accommodation. “All we have left,” the
tourist office lady said, “is a two bed apartment and it has to be taken for three day. ...

Halfway done.

A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Nov 07, 2014

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... day when we went to see Pompei and she was very nice, it was good to be with another American. When we finally arrived at our new farm ************e spoke English except for another woofer from Spain, she saved us! The little town called Montagnana we are near is very nice and quiant, I really like it, it also has very good gelato shops. :) there is a huge midieval wall around the main town and they said it is possibly the oldest in Italy. From sorting ...

Family Reunion in Noale

A travel blog entry by filomenabiancon on Sep 17, 2013

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... easy driving in and we were able to catch the vaparetto from there to Murano.
We were taken by friends to a beautiful village called Asolo and from there to Possagno, where Canova's Temple stands. Antonio Canova was a famous Italian sculptor. He designed the temple and works began but he died before its' completion but his half brother made sure that it was completed and Canova and his half brother are now buried there. The designs, the alter ...

Murano or bust!

A travel blog entry by moconnor on Jul 17, 2007

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... he speak to me in Italian; it was great to get the practice and he complimented me yesterday on my Italian. How can you not love a guy like that! As we were presented our check tonight, he also had the waiter give us each a chilled shot glass of limoncello. This was an incredibly generous gesture and it was MUCH better tasting than the stuff we drank in Florence two years ago. He shook our hands as we left (I had told him about our departure on Thursday). ...

Venice, drowning in the rain

A travel blog entry by joshing16 on Mar 20, 2007

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... s government, which consisted of as almost as many bodies as there were rooms in the palace. It seemed that each room we walked into housed yet another body of decision makers, making the bi-cameral legislature with separate judicial and executive branches of government in the US seem ridiculously simplistic. But apparently it worked, because no riots or governmental crises ever gripped the city since the mid 1300's. After this the three of ...