Hotel Terme Magnolia

Via Alessandro Volta 6, Abano Terme, Veneto, 35031, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Alessandro Volta 6, Abano Terme, is near Prato della Valle, Basilica di Santa Giustina, Praglia Abbey, and Abbazia di S.Maria di Praglia.
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    Travel Blogs from Abano Terme

    Dungeons and Dragons

    A travel blog entry by madintentions on Apr 23, 2014

    ... an 8 bed room with three other girls from North Carolina who are studying abroad in Paris. Not a lot of people in the hostel were chatty despite Karliana's valiant effort to make friends. I award her 11 out of 10 virtual gelato scoops for friendly demeanour. I grabbed a bedtime beer from a market stall and we sat along the canal in the darkness just thinking about how blessed we are to experience all that we have so far. Life is a real treat. BONTOBLOGGING: Selfie ...

    A Full Day in Venice

    A travel blog entry by joalbowman on Sep 19, 2013

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    We woke up and set out to see the 'tourist' areas of Venice. Where we were staying was on the other side of the island. Well not really one island as Venice is made up of 118 small islands that are connected via bridges. There are no cars and everyone gets around by walking. There were a lot of tourists in Venice.

    I don’t have really that much to write. Although you ...

    Canal Drifting

    A travel blog entry by onourway on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... running to playmates' homes and ladies in highheels teetering off to evening drinks. This was how we discovered how much Venice transforms at night. So we made a date for the next evening, a romantic trip down the Grand Canal, which we almost didn't do at all because of how busy it is during the day at this point in the season. It was well worth it. Other than a few people in small boats heading off to latenight rendezvous, our water bus was the only vessel on the ...

    Overwhelmed by crowds

    A travel blog entry by sandyhart on Jul 10, 2013

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    ... tourists and shops congregate. It was interesting to note that there are NO gondolas in the areas where we walked. Apparently, they are only for tourists (Venetians must walk, use vaporettos or have their own little powerboats).

    Away from the hoards of tourists,Venice is still as interesting and picturesque as I'd remembered. What an alien world, however - - everything so old and connected by roads of water. ...


    A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Nov 21, 2012

    5 photos

    ... You can really feel that family and support is very important here; every grave had a photo, a name, and is a true home unique to each ones personality and life. Individuality shined throughout the cemetery. Each grave had what looked like a few inch tall wall around it and inside there would be trees, flowers, and other greenery growing. It was absolutely the most beautifully peaceful setting one could have imagined, and this is how I was able to start my day. Something special I ...