Hotel Ristorante Fortuna

Address: Via Costabella 17, Costermano, Veneto, 37010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Costabella 17, Costermano.
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Travel Blogs from Costermano

Euganian Hills

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Jun 16, 2014

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From Venice, we were due / planning to head straight to Verona, at the last minute we had a change of plan and headed somewhere a little further South but midway between the 2 at the bottom of the Euganian (Sp?) Hills - it is a very nice part of Italy and there are many Vin Yards in the Area, which we were camping on one of them Agricampeggio We spoke to several people on the site and many of them were using ...

Decorative Arts Museum and Basilica

A travel blog entry by juneauwoman on Apr 29, 2010

... a female centaur in art. It is by Francesco Bertos. Another unusual item were two tiny ivory skulls.

There is a wonderful 'Pieta' marble statue by Antonio Boazza. One unsual feature is that the chld angel holds bent nails in one hand and his other hand covers his face in grief. There are other works by this master artist.

On a lighter note there are sculptures of a child with a bird nest, a child with a bird, a child sucking his ...

Off to Venezia

A travel blog entry by girlygirl1226 on Jun 09, 2007

20 photos

... in February and we telephoned earlier that day with our arrival time) ...

Reunions in Venice

A travel blog entry by tim_to on Mar 20, 2007

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... on water, but not practical at all. Needless to say, very few locals live in Venice anymore and prefer the luxuries of cars, straight streets, and lack of flooding with high tides. Did you know that Piazza San Marco, the most famous piazza in town (read lots of tourists, and even more pigeons) floods 250 times per year. That is a lot of ...


A travel blog entry by danschedler on Sep 15, 2006

15 photos

... some of you will recall from another lifetime). That blanket contained a tender and flaky, perfectly cooked piece of fish. It was served with a white porcelain cylinder that contained a sauce which seemed like a cream of spinach and made for an outstanding pairing. On top of that was a small bunch of crispy fried greens (spinach or kale - whatever the sauce was made from I presume). The whole affair was just marvelous and the house white was better than most bottles I've ...