Villa del Poeta

Address: via Zane 5, Arqua Petrarca, Veneto, 35029, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on via Zane 5, Arqua Petrarca, is near Casa del Petrarca, Butterfly Arc, Monselice, and Museo Nazionale Atestino.
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      Travel Blogs from Arqua Petrarca

      Shopping and eating Venice Style

      A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 13, 2014

      ... the tourist use these and the locals wade through the water with their gumboots. We then had some free time so decided to spend a little more money and have tea at Cafe Florian, the oldest cafe in Venice built in 1720. It sits on the main square San Marco and inside has beautiful artwork on the walls. We the. Joined our tour group again and caught a boat to the island of Burano which is known for its lace ...

      Full day in Venice

      A travel blog entry by bruhnseurope on Jul 02, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Today was another fantastic day, we took boats to Murano and Burano. Murano of course is famous for its glass and yes it was everywhere. Some beautiful and some just way over the top. We purchased a few pieces but luggage space did hinder us somewhat. Onto Burano, this is my favourite island, bright coloured buildings..... Well by Venetian ...

      Day 28 Rhodes. Greek Island

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

      8 photos

      ... too soon it was back on the bus and back to the city of Rhodes where our tour ended. It was a short walk to the old town. It was now 12.30, so we had about 3 and a half hours to explore and shop. Firstly however we had lunch. I had a scrimp salad with warm flat bread and Edie had a plate of French fries. Another milk shake, this time Banana, and I had half a litre of wine. There were shops and restaurants everywhere near the gates. However further away, entering the medieval streets ...

      Day 26. Athens. Greece

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

      5 photos

      ... and ordered a drink each and a burger with chips. Well......... The meat was about 6x4 inches on a flatbread, with tomatoes and chips. Enormous. But they had WiFi and we managed to set up another account and send off an email advising of the new contact address. We bought a couple of things. I got some "worry beads" which Edie thought was a great idea. We were back at the dock by 3.00 and stopped in the terminal to use the WiFi again. Edie's niece ...

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

      A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 08, 2013

      6 photos

      ... not a problem though, we have all day and get to see so much more..... Many little churches, many, many waterways and beautiful bridges. Private houses with huge walls for privacy and handkerchief size sections (like, smaller than ours!!) .
      On the more 'main' routes (the ones we veered from, and got misplaced), there are signs on the sides of buildings for the bridge or the square, but they have arrows underneath that go ...