Villa del Poeta

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, Monselice, and Museo Nazionale Atestino.
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    Travel Blogs from Arqua Petrarca

    Sea Day #1

    A travel blog entry by storyquilter on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    This was our first sea day together, I love the rhythm of sea days, Dennis is learning to adjust. Dvc members meeting at 9am. Didn't win anything, they were quite stingy with the drinks, ie one apiece. Seriously if you want me to believe that points are a good deal at $165 each, you're going to have to work harder at getting me tipsy. Anyone Can Cook, lobster ravioli and another glass of wine. Dennis quite liked that. Then we were off to a seminar given by ...

    Day 28 Rhodes. Greek Island

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

    8 photos

    Rhodes has surprised me, it was not what I expected. When I went up on deck this morning, I was amazed when I saw the walled medieval old town. It wasn't a ruin, it was complete as if it had been built in my lifetime. More of the old town later. First off this morning we drove for about an hour to the town of Lindos. Lindos was one of three towns founded in the 7th century BC. It has an Acropolis with the remains of a temple to Athena which was built before the one in Athens. It also ...

    Day 26. Athens. Greece

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

    5 photos

    ... Nearing the entrance gate our guide takes us aside in the shade (I forgot to mention, the temperature is going to be 30 degrees today) and goes through her spiel which for once is short and to the point. We go over to a wall and look down - there is the Roman amphitheatre which has reconstructed seating as they hold many concerts here. The front wall however is authentic. We then move forward again and enter through an old gateway and there we are ...

    Venice

    A travel blog entry by kastang on Apr 29, 2013

    13 photos

    ... canal to haver our "real" Venetian splurge. We shared a 375 ml of Pinot Grigio, some ravioli in cream sauce, salad, fried potatoes and prawns (Steve) and lemon veal (Karen). Very nice, very leisurely. We continued to wander towards Piazza Roma where we caught the Peoplemover back to the port and found our ship for a rest. Rick Steve's guide had outlined a fun bar hop plan for the evening so we decided to try to replicate it. First we took the People Mover back to Piazza Roma, ...

    The narrow streets of Venice

    A travel blog entry by sandersk on Mar 30, 2007

    I arrived in Venice after a flight from Girona (Barcelona) to Treviso. After the 45 minute bus ride into the Piazzale Roma, I walked in the rain towards the Ferrovia train station. The directions to our hotel/hostel were down the smallest, darkest alley in Venice to a green door with a note posted on it to call Giovanni when I arrived. Given my phone didn't ...