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Travel Blogs from Vicenza
Hello from the Veneto region of Northern Italy. It's nice to talk to you all again. I must admit, I know very little about Italy, especially the Venetian region. You might say it has caught me blind, so to speak. Oh, cut me some slat, I mean slack, you know me by now. Anyway, what a beautiful country, both land and people. I have been so overwhelmed with ...
... and through piazzas, big and small began. Venice is a jigsaw puzzle of the most marvellous things - old and new, tiny nooks and crannies, wide vistas of water and impressive built horizons. We wandered, left, right, up, down, through narrow walkways and across sunny squares, making our way to Piazza San Marco - our arrival was an accident, we literally fell into it. What a place! - the master of all piazzas - everywhere you looked, something to see and ...
... to show off :) We kept the seeds and baked them with oil and cinnamon, and they were amazing. I was happy to introduce a new treat to them since they've usually been the ones giving me delicious snacks. I got the recipe for pumpkin pie, so I'm hoping to make that sometime soon. The next weekend, I decided to go visit my friends from Florence who are living in a small town in Reggio Emilia, which is about 4 hours south of Brescia. On Friday ...
... comfortable, so just keep on movin." With a gulp we went inside and all got our seats. This is a long story, but we will just say that there was a creepy old man who really liked putting his feet up on Laura chair while she was sitting there and didnt think twice to rest his arms on her legs. I had taken dramomine and so I was knocked out-luckily. Poor Laura didnt really sleep and had to deal with the old man. Seven hours later, we finally arrived in Rome. What a ...
Stayed in treviso (bout 20min out of venice) with Yianni. interesting drive through italy, it seems that the italians have invented a third lane for two lane roads. it isnt unusual for someone to overtake between the car in front and us heading the opposite way (assuming that we will move over leaving the tiniest gap). the first time that happened i ******* my pants. gelati here is awesome, averaging 3 doubles a day. pizza is great too and both are cheap. happy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking