Wellness Hotel Terme delle Nazioni

via Mezzavia 20, Montegrotto Terme, Veneto, 35036, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on via Mezzavia 20, Montegrotto Terme, is near Abbazia di S.Maria di Praglia, Praglia Abbey, Casa del Petrarca, and Basilica di Santa Giustina.
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    Travel Blogs from Montegrotto Terme

    Venice baptism

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 24, 2014

    After my apprehension about finding our hotel in Venice, it was really very easy. We purchased tickets which gave us a combination of bus and one ride on a water bus, taking the number 5 bus from the airport and number 1 water bus to Ca d'Ora stop on the Grand Canal. Three minutes later we were at the entrance to the hotel which is controlled with a buzzer system after hours. ...

    Buon Compleanno! Also, some lessons learned.

    A travel blog entry by sarabierman on Dec 03, 2013

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    ... a kiss on each cheek. I am sure that the first couple of times I looked a bit stunned, so folks explained it to me. Lesson 4: People at work who hardly know you kiss you on the cheek for any celebration. Another thing I didn't realize was that the prosecco was supposed to be drunk with the pastries at 9:30 in the morning. Lesson 5: Prosecco is a morning drink, even when at work. That was explained to me much later after I'd left it in the ...

    Day 24. Istanbul, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Sep 26, 2013

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    ... there is a whole ancient city under Istanbul, but you must take a select tour to have access to these ruins. Next we walked to Hagia Sophia, a massive Byzantine building which was a Church and then a Mosque and is now a museum which is being restored to its former glory. The Sultans were crowned here. We then walked down a large oblong which was once a Roman Hippodrome where they had chariot racing. Two obelisks remain, which were once the centre ...

    It's Been a Hot time in the Old Churches Today

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 06, 2013

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    ... described as "Palladian." Instantly, we were happy to find a light breeze and the absence of throngs of people. The view of Venice from San Georgio was breathtaking.

    Of note was the altar piece, which was completed during the Scientific Revolution. Instead of seeing the advancement of knowledge as a threat, Palladio created an altar with God standing atop a giant golden sphere, symbolic of the new revelation that the ...

    Where Ben Finds Out He Has Royal Blood

    A travel blog entry by moroots on May 20, 2013

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    ... etc., but then the last part of the tour takes you over the Bridge of Sighs into the equally-large jail, which was rather sparse as you would imagine. Here is where we saw where enemies of the Doge or the CX found themselves, and the magistrates that undertoook these legal proceedings had another room in which they were glorified in painting.

    The other notable museum we went to was the ...