Hotel Pergola

Address: Via Verona 140, San Pietro di Legnago, Province of Verona, Veneto, 37048, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Verona 140, San Pietro di Legnago.
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    Travel Blogs from San Pietro di Legnago

    Romeo, Romeo, where art thou Romeo?

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Sep 11, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... is to fondle her boobs for the photo. The men I can understand (they're boobs after all), but the women...hmmm. We walked through the old town, taking pics of the main sites, but it was a challenge for Al. Now the pizzas so far have been exceptional (no surprise), but we had a pizza slice to go and it was awful; thick undercooked dough and tasteless toppings. Still, it filled a gap. Back in Sirmione I visit the local pharmacy to get more meds ...

    Where Romeo met Juliet

    A travel blog entry by lb12 on Sep 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... in Italy) ancient stadium (this one remains in use) and Juliet's courtyard and balcony. I touched the right breast of the statute of Juliet because it was the done thing, something about luck in love. It was again an extremely busy city, especially that courtyard, with many helpless wanting a similar photo. Many of us bought gelato to tie us over until dinner at ...

    Mantova to Mantova round trip.

    A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Aug 30, 2015

    5 photos

    ... our boat ). A rather uninteresting day. Temp got up to 38 degrees. And for 38km just a bit warm. Cool showers back on the boat soon had us refreshed and ready for our walking tour of the town at 4.30pm. We met the guide in town and she first took us to the oldest church in town, a strange round brick building. From hear we were shown the princes palaces and then the Basilica di sant'andrea.This basilica is huge and took 4 centuries to ...

    Peschiera to Mantova

    A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Aug 29, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... bridge dates back to the 10th century. From here we rode on to Pozzolo where we thought we would have lunch but could not find anything suitable so we boxed on to Marengo but everything was shut here also. As we were now very hot and hungry we stoped under a shop verandah and ate the fruit that we had between us and finished the water we had that was by now rather warm. Soon after the shop owner apeared and looked quite amused. We asked where ...

    Something strange happened in the amphitheater...

    A travel blog entry by hittite on Aug 23, 2015

    ... some staff accept my Italian, some switch to English, but I get my directions to the seat in pure Italian, so I count that as a win.

    The Amphitheater is huge, and they have put these ugly metal seats on the original stone steps--I did splurge €2 to get a foam cushion, and was glad. The set looks awesome--there's a huge pyramid, two big Pharaoh statues, and 14 sphinxes--I counted. They have announcements in Italian, ...