L'Hotel Ristorante Lo Scoglio

Via Ponticelli, 2/A, Ospedaletto Euganeo, Veneto, 35045, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Ponticelli, 2/A, Ospedaletto Euganeo, is near Casa del Petrarca and Museo Nazionale Atestino.
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Travel Blogs from Ospedaletto Euganeo

Am I Tripping on Ancient Acid--or am I in Venice??

A travel blog entry by kittymartini on Sep 27, 2013

1 comment, 38 photos

... disorienting than finding your train. When you have to pee really bad, It feels like a scavenger hunt on Mars.At the Cadorna station in Milan, I found a " WC" merged with a hairdresser, Apparently both are of equal of importance. (Either Italians won't pee without styling thier hair..or they won't style their hair without peeing) In Padova (en route to Venice) the restroom was barracaded by moving glass wall and a guard who looked like a night club bouncer. You ...

Off to Venezia

A travel blog entry by girlygirl1226 on Jun 09, 2007

20 photos

... the Berlin Wall, Communist Prague, Nazi Concentration Camps, Hitlers Germany, ...


A travel blog entry by alikayorr on Feb 21, 2007

1 comment, 86 photos

... made our way back to our bungalows. Back at the campground we had a late night of hanging out with friends which was a lot of fun. Sunday we woke up bright and early to leave for Ivrea. Well, lots of students went back to Firenze as we were heading into midterms week (translation: ew, I haven't studied all semester so I better cram for 2 hours as the rest of my Sunday will be wasted uploading last weekends pictures online). But us troopers ...

Venice - Italy trip part 1

A travel blog entry by rbailer on Nov 10, 2006

... finally find the right bus. By the time it was all said and done, we arrived at the airport at 7:40 and our plane left at 8:15. When we ran to the ticket counter, they said that the gate was already closed for the plane. What a bummer, we had just wasted about 33 euros a piece for the 3 of us to get down to Rome. The good news is that there was a train to take us to Rome for 30 euros a piece. This is what we should have done in the first ...

Oct.14th, 2006

A travel blog entry by bmachus on Oct 14, 2006

... screaming at me with each step, I am sure it was a little bit of the chinese food talking too. We made it and hopped on the train, and within minutes, we were off! This was a very nice train, with tables in between so that I could do my homework! This was the first train I actually paid for a direct one, I ususally went with the cheaper-longer trains. The view up there was breathtaking. Rolling hills, vinyards, villas, hills and sheep. We knew we were arriving ...