Jolly De La Ville

Address: Piazzale Stazione 11, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Piazzale Stazione 11, Ferrara.
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Travel Blogs from Ferrara


A travel blog entry by untruenorth on Apr 25, 2013

... my immediate stress-factor has gone, and we can go out - for antipasti with Paola's family, without that black cloud hanging over us. There'll be stuff happening in town too, as it's a public holiday celebrating the liberation of Italy at the end of the Second World War. Just the packing left to do then. Not a black cloud over us, but a rain shower threatening off in the ...

Camp Castelmassa

A travel blog entry by laura99 on Jun 21, 2007

... it is beautiful. I like being in rural regions when I travel. As much as I enjoy the art and culture present in large cities, I sometimes feel that all cities are essentially the same. Lots of buildings, lots of people, everyone in a hurry to go their own way. In small towns life is slower, and you get a better sense of the local flavor, how people actually live. My host family is amazing. The mother, Simonetta, makes amazing food, and ...

Beautiful Venice

A travel blog entry by suzandtrent on Jun 13, 2007

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... After jumping on the waterbus we gravitated towards the tourist and pigeon magnet Piazza San Marco. After having some fun watching the pigeons and the tourists interact for a while, we admired the amazing Basilica di San Marco, the bridge of sighs, and the coastline of the Bacino di San Marco. We then headed north to the Ponte di Rialto and walked enjoyed viewing a number of shops. As it was getting late we made our back to the B&B and had our feast and some red wine before ...

I hate pigeons

A travel blog entry by carey99 on Oct 16, 2006

... tour group in order to save the life of this pigeon. Anyway the rest of the city is amazing and the best option for seeing it, is to just forget the map and get yourself lost in the maze of canals and paths which make up the city. While some places are dirty and smelly the city as a whole is a great place for exploring. I do however think that you only need a couple of days to see everything and for the novelty to wear ...

On the road to Nice

A travel blog entry by dmckinnon on Oct 14, 2006

1 comment, 3 photos

... I'm feeling a little low on energy which isn't surprising considering the low amount of alcohol I have been consuming. I will make it a priority to drink tonight. I have always heard the French and Italian Riviera were popular, but I'm not always impressed with the popular places. I am impressed with Nice so far. I might have to checkout Cannes while I'm here in the off season. I have to go drink some wine ...