Villa del Poeta

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

    The Kindness of Strangers

    A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on May 27, 2014

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    ... New Prison) next door via the Ponte dei Sispori, which you might know as the 'Bridge of Sighs'. The Bridge of Sighs is an enclosed bridge with tiny grilled openings that gets its name from the fact that this was the last view that prisoners had of beautiful Venice before they were taken down into the cells. The tour started in the Palace's main courtyard where you can see the Foscari Arch and the Giant's Staircase. The Giant's staircase gets its name from ...

    Day 27 Santorini. Greek Island

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Sep 29, 2013

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    Santorini was on top of my bucket list, so what am I going to replace it with now. It was another beautiful day and we set off early from the ship - 7.15. The ship anchored offshore in the sunken crater of a volcano. Santorini and a couple of other islands are the crater walls. In fact this volcano is on the same fault line as the Italian volcanos of Etna, Vesuvius & Stromboli. It is believed that the next eruption ...


    A travel blog entry by kastang on Apr 29, 2013

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    ... 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, ...

    A ton of amazing costumes

    A travel blog entry by gpugh33 on Jan 29, 2008

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    ... no awards were given?, and followed thid crazy romanian brass band play really fast music as they paraded along the canal. They were followed by tall mascot like people and we joined them dancing for a good hour. It was great fun and completely random. On our last day there we ran into one of Wendy's friends from highschool, Mark Craig. We were wondering who would be the first to see someone we knew. It's crazy to think you can run into simeone on the otherside of the world, but it ...


    A travel blog entry by island_girl on Oct 27, 2006

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    ... wandering around the city with a friendly aussie i met at the campground (fancy that....friendly aussies!), we got minorly lost a few times but by a stroke of luck he speaks italian. Definately came in handy a few times. So, we went to see San Marcos Plaza, which is a large church surrounded by large gallery buildings on three sides. It was great, but i think we spent more time being entertained by the ...