Club Hotel Olivi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Hotel Olivi Malcesine
As usual. Will update after visit this year.
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... be safe. Well, it was dark; and no street lights, only the moon and a few passing cars. As we were walking, I became sure of one thing. The Italians have ...
... a nice drive and we found free parking which is always a bonus. Walked into the lovely old town, see pictures, then we heard trumpets start, so we headed to the Piazza and drums beat, trumpets sounded from the band and all the men in coloured outfits and flags arrived, we were treated to half an hour of a fantastic spectacle. Went to a ritzy restaurant for lunch, Jenny now has a new recipe for risotto, it was yum so was my steak and potatoes. ...
... to host the main operas which come to town during July and August, as well as concerts and plays in the intervening months. There were a whole lot of workmen inside pulling up the false floor, which I assume was laid for the last concert held there. It must be a lot of work if a false floor has to be laid every time there is a concert! Outside the Arena is a devotional column which used to bless a marketplace held in the square, and also ...
We took the flight from Amsterdam to Venice at 7:30AM. Then we took a bus to the train station called "Venezia Mestre" from the airport. We were so hungry, so we went in the restaurant just front of the train station. Our first Italian cuisine!!! I had "Spaghetti Bongole" and some seafood. It was ...
... dei Signori where there is a statue of Dante Alighieri, of great interest to us having just read Dan Brown's new book Inferno. A lot happening in this square with a local food and wine festival, a tent set up with speakers as well as tourists and locals. The square is surrounded by palaces built between 12th and 18thC. Also in one corner is the Lamberti Tower, the tallest in Verona at 84m. Had a striped lower part and an interesting staircase on the outside to gain access. ...