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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      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 23, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... with the Doge to discuss issues after church on Sunday. Had to sit for a while to absorb all that was in this room. Went over the Bridge of Sighs into the prison complex and saw the armoury of weapons. This was a great palace visit. Had lunch, then walked over the Rialto Bridge to the Frari church. Had a look in the door but it did not appeal at all so did not pay to go right in. Found our way back along some rather narrow walkways and along canals to the train and bus ...


      A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... six of us in a row of gondolas and in the third one, a piano accordion player and singer, serenading,us as we cruised around the back canals. Quite an experience. The rest of the day we spent wandering around the streets visiting the many shops and churches around the town. Many shops of glass, and masks of all kinds, as well as clothes, leather goods etc. good browsing! Back to the boat at 6.00 for a return to the hotel and dinner. Photos to ...


      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jun 06, 2013

      3 photos

      ... we were unsure of what time we were getting in so again it was a bit of a lottery as to what station was coming up. We had to take it in shifts to sleep. Arrived at station Mestre in Venice, opted for a taxi it was rather warm and we were a little over public transport by then. Today, and for the next three nights we are staying at a campsite. We are about 20 mins away from Venice and they supply a shuttle bus that you can book, we did so, for early tomorrow. Opened the door to ...

      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

      3 photos

      ... and I ended up getting kind of lost looking for a place for lunch, because we (he) wanted a place off the beaten tourist track. However, the only place out of the way is kind of slummy and deserted, with no restaurants, hotels, or anything even. No stores, nothing. I don't know what goes on in that part of Venice, but it certainly wasn't touristy. So then we were lost, but due to my excellent planning, which I thought had been a bit excessive but apparently not, I had ...