Hotel Ai Laghetti

Address: Strada Statale 16 n 640, Polesella, Province of Rovigo, Veneto, 45038, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strada Statale 16 n 640, Polesella.
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      We're Sailing

      A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on May 06, 2014

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      ... as I've got to an age where I can't remember where I put things. We weren't allowed inside - oh, so disappointing!

      It is claimed that the University of Padua is the second oldest university in Italy. I always feel very cynical about these claims because every country you go to makes the same sorts of claims. Galileo and Dante were students here.

      I finished the walking tour with a signature coffee at Caffé Pedrocchi. The café has three rooms - the white ...


      A travel blog entry by troymakan on Dec 31, 2009

      ... in Rome and it just didn't compare). We also checked out the local markets (lots of towns in Italy have 3 squares one for each particular market), the food was awesome, stands of olives, cheeses, cured meats (especially pork) and even random things like half suckling pigs and whole chickens with the heads attached and still feathered from the neck up, I could have spent hours and many deniros ...


      A travel blog entry by texas_ashley on Apr 13, 2007

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      ... assistantship program in Avignon so we talked for a while about our experiences teaching and living in France. March 6: I got a map from the hostel and started my venture through the city. As my roommate had told me the night before, "Don't worry. You'll get lost. That's what you do in Venice." I definitely got lost. The map wasn't detailed and streets weren't labeled very well. I felt like I was wandering through ...

      New Years' in Venice

      A travel blog entry by lecklund on Jan 03, 2007

      ... is very beautiful. I arrived in Venice after a 17 hour Trenitalia journey in a Wagon Lits (very comfortable cabin sleeper for two - I shared bunk beds with Ferella, an Italian woman from Padova who spoke excellent English) on time (actually train was early and had to stop in various towns to let the time catch up to it, a rarity in Italy I understand from Ferella). The local newspaper was delivered to our cabin in the morning, along with our ...


      A travel blog entry by aerocat on Oct 29, 2006

      ... has a lot of Eastern influence and gold in the architecture. It also contains the remains of St. Mark (Mark the ...