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 13 - Venice

    A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... of minor things also. John bought a pair of nice sports shoes.

    We had lunch at the same pub we had previously been in and I had a Pizza. It was OK but could eat only about 4 pieces. Kate and Jackie had another one each.

    I have been having trouble with toilets, as does everyone in Venice. They are few and far between and one usually has to buy a beer or bottle of water to get to use a nearby hotel. What a place. Be glad to get ...


    A travel blog entry by skdowler on May 05, 2014

    ... Straighten out of the lace shop we practically hit a Hard Rock Cafe which we couldn't pass up (after 2 weeks of pasta and crossings, a hearty burger sounded amazing). We weren't the only ones, probably half the group joined. After lunch went shopping with another couple, in and out of the alleys. I really wanted to get a souvenir from Venice but couldn't chose between a mask or Morano glass... So we got both. The mask wasn't very expensive but paid a bit for ...

    Day 11 Monday 3rd June

    A travel blog entry by shanwilson on Jun 03, 2013

    ... lane has a different speed and the drivers swerve from one lane to the other without putting on their blinkers. Driving around the Lake District was scary for the driver...Marchello, he was so calm but the little townships along the way weaving around the lake had the narrowest roads which were such a challenge for the bus the negotiate the corners with cars & trucks ...

    Autria to Italy

    A travel blog entry by tommyq on Mar 29, 2008

    It turns out going in reverse with a caravan is not easy (unless your day job is truck driving). That is what I realized when I heard the "bum" while driving backward in a narrow lane of an Italian highway toll point. I hope that the repair of one tail light will not make this trip much more expensive. But we really had a beautiful day. We drove through the Alps passing a long set of long tunnels and bridges and then all the way to Venice. We are sleeping in ...

    The most expensive cappuccino ever

    A travel blog entry by katiebateman on May 01, 2007

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    ... because we had to eat the hot chocolate with a spoon. We couldn't actually just drink it. It was great! I also had some great cherry gelato, I think it was maraschino cherry, or possibly cherry and amaretto, not sure, but it was goooood. The next day we wanted to go south from Lido to a place on the mainland called Chioggia, for lunch, and then back to Venice, and then at 4:30 I would have to catch my train. So we got on the bus to Chioggia around 11 or so, which ...