Hotel Aqua

Address: Viale Mazzini, 11, Abano Terme, Veneto, 35031, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Viale Mazzini, 11, 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

      Jet Lag is So Not Cool

      A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 03, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... out I came.

      We were sleeping at 5:30pm. Voices in another apartment woke me up at 12:30am. I had to have a snack and I was still up at 2:00am when Mel awoke…hungry too. We stayed up till 3am and then went back to sleep after reading for a bit. Mel had set the alarm for 7am but as I later found out, when it went off she reset it for 9am. We woke up a bit tired but better overall. ...

      The Romantic Yet Smelly Venice

      A travel blog entry by ckwalt on Dec 21, 2013

      7 comments, 58 photos

      ... the blog. It may or may not be. For those of us that started the tour and didn't join in Rome, we are starting to get a little worn out. Somewhere we have a free night, we plan on hitting the closest restaurant to the hotel. So at 5.30 we met in the foyer and set off to the closest restaurant.  We walked past the first couple of shops only to fail to find anything that suited all our needs (one of the group is a celiac and really can't eat gluten). So we continued on ...

      Venice day 2

      A travel blog entry by billyandnikki on Oct 01, 2013

      21 photos

      ... to put the camera away. Inside, we crossed the Bridge of Sighs, the last crossing of prisoners before they were locked away. We toured part of the prison of which some had tiny cells no larger than a 2x4 space. We saw the many weapons in the arsenal, which included the nights armor, the swords which were so long it makes one wonder how a human being ever weilded them, and we saw some of the early guns in which the barrels revolved instead of the chamber. Overall, some ...

      Glass, lace and vitamin D.

      A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 01, 2013

      ... head in and watch them in their process to make glass. It was
      incredible! In the place where I bought a ring we had seen the man
      making one. The best of our viewings was watching a few men work
      together to create what we thought was a glass seal. The precision in
      their work is astounding. They are so talented and so skilled at what
      they do. It must be hard labour and sweaty work, but they must enjoy it.
      I mean, look at the beautiful ornaments that ...

      Navigating through Venice

      A travel blog entry by sinaicota on Feb 12, 2013

      22 photos

      ... masks and costumes) are what I can still vividly remember. The city was very alive with Carnival (the European version of Mardi Gras). It was definitely an experience walking through the narrow alleys should to shoulder with other people (a tad overwhelming). But Milano has prepared me to deal with large crowds and vendors. We walked A LOT, I’m not sure how much…but it was A LOT. We stumbled upon a small ...