Villa Tacchi

Address: Via Dante, 30 A, Villalta di Gazzo, Province of Padua, Veneto, 35010, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Dante, 30 A, Villalta di Gazzo.
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      Travel Blogs from Villalta di Gazzo

      Day 69-71: Venice

      A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jul 28, 2014

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... double it's old size! For smelly cycle tourists, Sundays are a problem. Nothing's open. It's hard to find accommodation. You need to make it to your destination before it gets too late. But now that we are highly cultured international travellers, Sundays are no longer a problem! We get to stay multiple nights in the same place! On Sunday, we visited the island of Murano, where the art of glass blowing has been passed from father to son since the 13th century. ...

      Venice — Day 4

      A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 13, 2013

      ... are performing Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), a comic opera in five scenes which they perform in three different grand rooms in the palace. Technically pretty much all of the impressive buildings that line the Grand Canal are palaces. Although this one is somewhat down at heel it is the real deal, and artful lighting and a very refined routine make up for what it lacks in spit and polish. We are greeted canal-side and pointed through the courtyard ...

      Oct 21, 2012

      A travel blog entry by daveygreener on Oct 21, 2012

      ... bread. It seems to be one on one off with this kind of hostel and the party ones. The old Verona is very pretty luckily. The streets are packed with people promenarding at night. And the weird fog that's more like a haze followed me from Venice and looked good on the city. Also calculated that I'm a bit over budget, I think. Which is ...

      Autria to Italy

      A travel blog entry by tommyq on Mar 29, 2008

      ... place opposite of Venice and in the morning we plan on taking a boat and spending the whole day around the canals. In the morning, still in Austria, we had a beautiful breakfast on the lake (that is, sitting outside in the cold), later in the day, already in Italy, we made a stop for lunch, cooked in the caravan and ate, again outside, not far away from other truck drivers who stopped there too. We are quite experienced with things that have to be ...

      The most expensive cappuccino ever

      A travel blog entry by katiebateman on May 01, 2007

      3 photos

      ... of time on the express water bus to get to the station, but I was wrong. I got to the station at 4:32, and my train was leaving at 4:32, so I had no chance of catching it. Maybe if I'd known which platform it left from, but I didn't, and I still would have had to get my ticket from a ticket machine. So suffice it to say, I missed my train. Which really sucked, because the next one didn't leave for another two hours. Fortunately, though, I didn't have to pay for ...