Cascina Scova

Address: via Vallone, 18, Pavia, Lombardy, 27100, Italy | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on via Vallone, 18, Pavia.
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        Travel Blogs from Pavia

        Visiting a friend in Milano

        A travel blog entry by due_viaggiatori on Nov 08, 2015

        2 comments, 3 photos

        ... lives in Milano. Una visita molto piacevole!

        With perfect weather(warmer than usual temperatures) the Piazza del Duomo is filled with people, kids, and pigeons fluttering by. Even with the piazza brimming with people, the Cathedral is center ...

        First Day @ Milano

        A travel blog entry by vitorpinto on Nov 07, 2015

        10 photos

        ... was "Hotel Bernina"
        This is a simple hotel, with simple rooms, with a simple breakfast, that will do job.
        If you want a pool, a breakfast with 3 miles and a runaway to put the car...this is not what you are looking for.

        to be continued...

        Rolling on

        A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 12, 2014

        3 photos

        ... sun for tbe most part. The mountain road was predominantly downhill but there were a few 'bonus' climbs before the big drop down to Fornovo di Tara. Our breakfast was pretty marginal at the overnight place so we had a food stop at Fornovo. After that it was onto more ordinary busy roads for most of the day. From Fornovo the route has been fairly flat so it has been reasonably easy ...

        Tour with a monk

        A travel blog entry by culauralynn on Oct 18, 2011

        9 photos

        ... made money to keep up their church through honey and herbs which they somehow sold, but weren't allowed to be in contact with the public. Not sure how that worked. But eventually, they moved from this location because people kept wanting to see the beautiful monastery. The monastery was begun in the 1360s by a wealthy patron, the ducal family of Milano. I believe the story is something to the effect that the patron of the family and his wife couldn't have children, ...

        Mangiare, Pregare,Amare… (eat, pray, love)

        A travel blog entry by mknox on Oct 30, 2010

        113 photos

        ... get a little worried about staying in Venice, a city prone to flooding. I had visited Venice in 1993 on my first Contiki tour (oh the memories) and we stayed in a converted convent on a different island. As the trained zoomed past Verona I noticed much of the countryside was flooded and I was starting to wonder if we would need a pair of wellies for the streets of Venice. We got to the main station and a public water bus to St Marco Square. Our hotel, a small ...