Hotel La Villa

Address: Via XXV Aprile, 1, Fosso, Veneto, 30030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Marco Polo Airport area of Fosso, is near University of Padua and Teatro Comunale Villa dei Leoni.
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    Travel Blogs from Fosso

    Lost within 5 minutes - could have stayed a week

    A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Dec 04, 2013

    12 photos

    ... island’s foundations. Next was Basilica dei Frari, housing several marble reliefs by Titian, including a huge alter of sorts with immense marble columns, along with a tomb built by another artist and intended for (but never used) Titian. This place too had incredible ceiling frescoes and and older chapel, built sometime in the 1300s. Back to Mestre I collected my bags and caught a noon train for Rome, where I’d lined up a Couchsurfing host for two nights. Arriving ...

    Arrival in Venice

    A travel blog entry by diff54 on Aug 29, 2013

    7 photos

    The 24hour journey and flight was improved this year with the help of drugs- to bomb me out to sleep which I did on and off for 8 hours. Arrived afternoon of 29th, explored local area of our hotel north of the Rialto bridge. The hotel was on the third floor with the lounge looking over the Grand Canal of a ...

    How to get the most out of a 12 hour ferry pass

    A travel blog entry by mckays2013trip on Jul 01, 2013

    2 photos

    ... and so on. Once we had eaten our fill we took a walk to Piazza Romale (near the train station) where there is a large Co-op cupermarket. Here we could purchase bread rolls, fruit, and the like at quite a reasonable price. The back to the hotel again to prepare for our adventure. the first task of the day was to find our way to Fondamenta Neuova via the Rialto bridge. The latter we achieved just fine, but the Fondamenta ...

    Ah!!!!! Venice

    A travel blog entry by diff54 on Oct 06, 2012

    39 photos

    ... craft and art on the items. Our first taste of Venice by night also did not disappoint, with the canals illuminated and then our Vivaldi concert by Interpreti Veneziani. We were transported back in time and could imagine these concerts being held in the many theatres in Venice. A relatively intimate style and audience size despite the grandeur of the venue. The brochure noted they travelled the world, including playing in the Melbourne ...

    The Republic of Venice

    A travel blog entry by lynnloparo on May 16, 2012

    5 comments, 20 photos

    ... Mark. The words in Latin read, "Here your body will find rest." According to legend, St. Mark was shipwrecked on a Venetian lagoon, and had a dream in which an angel told him that while he will die elsewhere, he will be buried in Venice.

    I went into the Basilica, and the body of St. Mark is entombed underneath the main altar. On top of the altar is a jewel-encrusted golden panel, Byzantine in design. I think the Venetians must have taken the ...