Hotel Europa

Address: Viale Porta Po 92, Rovigo, Veneto, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Viale Porta Po 92, Rovigo.
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      Shopping and eating Venice Style

      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 13, 2014

      ... to meet a local guide for a tour of the back streets on Venice. Mum and I found this very interesting. The guide took us to much quiter areas of the city where the locals live and she talked about how the locals manage living in such a unique place. She then took us through St Marks basilica which was stunning. It is designed in the shape of a Greek cross. The floor is made of marble and covered ...

      Italy - Arrived at Venice

      A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... started with a tomato, mozzarella and basil salad, following by spaghetti in a tomato sauce, the main was a medallion of beef with gravy and potatoes with a tiramisu for dessert. I also had a some of the fish which was the other choice for main. The food was delicious, the atmosphere in the restaurant was great and it was all washed down with a very nice glass of sparkling wine and a bottle of red. Everyone was in great spirits ...

      Is that a puddle or is that Alison?

      A travel blog entry by moconnor on Jul 18, 2007

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      We decided to try something different by getting up early this morning and starting our final assault on Venice. Larry and I went to the fish market by Rialto Bridge and discovered that it is the day for the produce market with only a few stalls for the fish sellers. It is clear why Italian food is so good--all of the freshest, local produce that is available makes all the great things we have eaten here. The food ...

      Rained Out!

      A travel blog entry by misschristie on May 04, 2007

      So I think i last left off in Cinque Terre. I decided to forfeit Verona and spend some more time in Venice. So I took a train from Riomaggiore to Madrid, then Madrid to Venice. Surprisingly, I met my first Auzzie traveller on the ride to Madrid. I hear so much about Australian travelers but i hadnt met any yet! He was totally set to show me around Madrid if I was up for it, but i clearly was on my way to Venice. The train ride to Venice ...

      Damn camera....

      A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 02, 2006

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      ... my Italian teacher once told me - "If you order a hot chocolate in Italy, that's exactly what you'll get. Hot, melted chocolate in a glass." I liked it anyway. By this time it was getting dark, and if I thought Venice was beautiful during the day, well, it was stunning by night. Rather than take a water bus back to the train station, I thought I'd be a smart ass and negotiate my way back through the alley maze to ...