Villa del Poeta

Address: via Zane 5, Arqua Petrarca, Veneto, 35029, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on via Zane 5, Arqua Petrarca, is near Casa del Petrarca, Butterfly Arc, Museo Nazionale Atestino, and Monselice.
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    Travel Blogs from Arqua Petrarca

    Venezia (Butlins?)

    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... a ride on a gondola (€80 for 30 mins but that's for the boat, so get a group together and split the cost) which was on my bucket list too. Thick and fast now eh. It was so relaxing, one moment you're on the grand canal and the hubbub of the markets is making a racket in your ears, the next you've floated softly down a narrow canal where you can't hear another human being and can relax in your own world. One day (fingers crossed) (lol yh ...

    The Kindness of Strangers

    A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on May 27, 2014

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    ... here). The tour also visited the torture chamber - who knew a humble rope could cause so much fear and pain - and the cells of the infamous Giacomo Cassanova - yes he was real and the only person along with his accomplice a renegade priest called Balbi to escape from Palazzo Ducale. Cassanova had been held in the more luxurious cells under the roof of the Palace called Piombi - their name comes from the word 'lead' as this is what the palace's roof was ...

    Day 28 Rhodes. Greek Island

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Sep 30, 2013

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    ... stepping back in time. Only the presence of parked scooters put paid to this illusion. Still it was fascinating and very easy to get disorientated and end up lost. The knights of St John ruled until 1552, when the Turks with 200,000 men attacked the city with its 700 knights and 6000 local helpers. Six months later, the Turks had lost 90,000 men and 170 knights and 1500 helpers survived. A truce was called and the knights fell back to Malta, where they continued to hold there ...

    Day 26. Athens. Greece

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Sep 28, 2013

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    ... so we new it was working. The condition of Edie's sister has not changed. We spent a quiet afternoon on our balcony. We decided to have dinner in the cafeteria . At 7.00 they had a delayed telecast of the AFL Grand Final on the big screen. We watched for about 15 minutes until it stopped so decided to give it a miss as we already knew the result. Tomorrow it's Santorini, a place I really want to see so am looking forward to it with great ...

    It's hard work being a tourist.....

    A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... directions - there's a long way and a short way. As payback for all the cooked breakfasts we have had, along with pizza and various other not-so-good-for-you goodies, we seem to opt for the long way each time!!
    We finally make it to the Rialto Bridge, the most famous and the oldest bridge to span the Grand Canal. It's a bridge. With lots of people. And beautiful souvenir shops. And trashy souvenir shops. And litter. ...