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 heidif on Jul 18, 2013

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... the lands and take them under papal rule. The museum does have nice narratives of history outlined in it's displays. The tour takes you up to the tower which off course is great. It also takes you down into the dungeons which are terrifying and quite a tight squeeze to get down into. Overall, the museum and building are interesting and worth my visit. I am ready however to head back to Bologna for some rest and perhaps one last visit with the Bologna this evening.

Contiki - White Water Rafting & Venice

A travel blog entry by fleaber on Jun 26, 2013

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... lights flick on and off. There was such a good vibe within our tour group; everyone was so happy. Oh, and really full of carbs. I think the day in Venice has been my favorite so far. I had such an amazing day and I would LOVE to go back to Venice again one day, and maybe stay on the island for a few days. Ugh!! It was just so amazing. We are now on the bus to Piza to see the Leaning Tower and have lunch. Everyone who bought shirts or hoodies is wearing them - ...

Around Roma

A travel blog entry by suzandtrent on Jun 16, 2007

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... entered St Peters Basillica and took some time viewing each piece of artwork, statue and chapel. The flooring and walls were also amazing, the marble was extensive and beautiful. Michelangelo's Pieta is displayed, it was sculpted when he was 24 years old. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in the Basillica, and as the day was becoming late afternoon, we caught the bus back to Termini Station (near our B&B) and bought some new books to read, purchased some ...

Day 25 - Canals and Elegant Decay

A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger on Oct 26, 2006

1 comment, 46 photos

... these ancient buildings and everything must be completely rinsed clean when the waters rush in. You will notice the tide lines on the buildings and you will notice where the water is in relation to the entrances of these buildings. We enjoyed the leisurely ride down the canal - I was able to keep up with the guide book and the actual sights - Jim enjoyed hearing about it - and I think the other people near us did as well. We didn't have too much of an agenda today - I wanted to see ...

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 ...