A breathtaking terrace: admire Venice for free.

Do you know that in Venice there is a Panoramic Terrace which can be accessed for free and from which you can enjoy an incredible view on the Grand Canal?

 

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Italian villages: Arquà Petrarca and Monselice

Arquà Petrarca

Me and some friends went to Arquà Petrarca to escape the traffic and the smog of the city. It is a small village immersed in the silence of nature alien to the chaos of the city-museum.

This village is in the countryside and it has not been easy to reach but but we loved the beauty of the place. Departing from Padua with a regional train to Monselice, we arrived at our destination in about 20 minutes. We discovered that there are no direct buses to Arquà. There was a family that listening to our complaints offered us a lift but our adventurous spirit has suggested us to refuse the offer and walk to the village.

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The typical dishes of Alto Adige: our experience!

The weather is gray in Pavia and the ticking of the rain keeps me company during this autumn Sunday. My mind still dreams the beautiful landscapes of Trentino Alto Adige seen during my last trip.

Since it is almost time for dinner I decided to tell you about all the dishes we tried during our Travel in Val d’Isarco.

Canederli

Canaderli, they are “big balls” usually made of bread, eggs, milk that is flavored with parsley, bacon, bacon or cheese.

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