L'Hotel Ristorante Lo Scoglio

Address: 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

Day 6 - Monday, May 18, 2015 - Vicenza to Padova

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... it to the Holy Virgin for the soul of his father Reginaldo, a usurer who was mentioned in the 1700’s in Dante’s Inferno. Scrovegni commissioned the famous fresco painter, Giotto, to paint the scenes of the Nativity and Jesus’s life, death, and resurrection. Giotto painted the scenes on the walls and ceilings of the chapel between 1303 and 1305.

This is all pretty ...

Cappella Degli Scrovegni Cathredal

A travel blog entry by isomcarol on Apr 11, 2010

2 comments, 3 photos

... describe it so that you see and feel it also. We have so much fun throughout the day writing our blog in our heads and verbally to each other as we drive along. We laugh together so much. We both have a keen sense of humor and are very able to laugh at ourselves (and others!). Sam approaches it with more of a 'Been There, Done That' pragmatic point of view. I like to add some of the emotion ...

Murano or bust!

A travel blog entry by moconnor on Jul 17, 2007

4 photos

... thought, today was a record breaking day, temperature-wise, across most of Europe. Combined with the high heat, the humidity made the weather "piu brutto." We did wait until things got somewhat cooler (though not cool by any stretch of the imagination)to return to our favorite Venetian restaurant. The wait staff remembered us and gave us excellent service--the owner and I spent quite sometime speaking in a mix of Italian and English over the last two days. I ...

Reunions in Venice

A travel blog entry by tim_to on Mar 20, 2007

5 photos

Getting from Montecatini to Venice seemed easy - drive back 60km to Florence and return the car, catch the train and be done. Pity about the snow overnight, the traffic and the lack of time. Fortunately, 2 hours later we got the car in and made it to the train after jogging through the rain with our packs on our backs. Venice was an amazing ...

Damn camera....

A travel blog entry by eoghan on Dec 02, 2006

16 photos

... of the city, slowly making my way towards Piazza San Marco, where the famous Basilica of Saint Mark is. The square itself is beautiful, and while there are always dozens of people in it, they don't even come close to outnumbering the pidgeons. There are hundreds all of the place, and you can even buy food to give to them. Most places seem to prefer you don't feed the pigeons. One poor guy was covered with them, on his ...