Tenuta Goro Veneto

Address: Via Basilicata - Argine Po, Taglio di Po, Veneto, 45019, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Via Basilicata - Argine Po, Taglio di Po.
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    Travel Blogs from Taglio di Po

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by broderzo on Jun 13, 2015

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    Today we were heading off to Roma, we woke up extremely early walked to the train station and caught the 6:15 am train to Rome. This train was the ultra mega super duper fast train and during our journey it was travelling at a speed of 280km / hr, (FAST!!!). After a 3 and a half hour trip we eventually reached Rome. We were first planning on going to the Colosseum, as we began to walk there my dad found a tailor shop where he could buy a suit as ...

    Cruising out of Venice

    A travel blog entry by agegjwoolcock on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... who put on an impressive free demonstration. Jem was a little stunned when the glass carafe made by the 'Master' exploded beside him. It was explained by the host in a thick accent ""Don't worry it is just the thermal shock". Always in search of a stadium, an impressive one was located but a tad more locked and enormous than expected! Walked around other parts of the island to find ...

    Arrivederci Europe

    A travel blog entry by wanderingwyatts on Aug 13, 2014

    ... understanding him. He pointed out several palaces on our half-hour ride....but the most interesting part was watching him maneuver the boat....we would come incredibly close to walls and other boats, and he never hit any of them....it seems like it would take pretty great strength to control a long boat like that from the back with one paddle....it was a cool experience, and we're really glad we did it! We did not stand in any lines to enter any museums or palaces. One day in Venice ...

    Venice With An Old Friend

    A travel blog entry by pomeroys on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... lots of fun. From there we dove into the ultimate Venice experience, the gondola ride.  Touristy but fun and a nice way to see (and smell) the canals.  Our gondolier did have some nice tidbits to share about Venice during the ride. The afternoon was the highlight when we met my graduate school roommate, Diego, and his daughter Alicia.  They live in Milan ...

    Spring in Venice

    A travel blog entry by krself on Apr 05, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... complete with a very limited history of some of the buildings and bridges. We saw the bridge of Sigh, Rialto bridge, Casanovas house, and Marco Polos house. The Bridge of Sighs, known as the Ponte dei Sospiri in Italian, is one of the most famous bridges in all of Venice. Legend has it that the bridge earned its name from the fact that prisoners who crossed through it, on the way to their prison cells or ...