About Tania Ferronato

I am a linguist and I love phonology, travels and food. My greatest passion is writing. I love the feeling that I have when finding myself in front of a blank sheet: it is the same feeling of waiting to take a plane or a train to start a journey. Excitement, curiosity and the desire to free my mind and my heart to new horizons. Writing is like traveling: leaving towards unexplored limits and unknown destinations and always returning different from the beginning.

San Clemente Palace Kempinski: family vacations in Venice

The hot season is coming, the days begin to lengthen and the air becomes milder. Nature awakens and we all have the desire to stay outdoors, to practice sports, to lie down in a meadow while smiling at the sun. In Venice it’s the period of the Carnival, which together with the Easter holidays, precedes […]

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March at the spa: it’s party time at the AbanoRitz

I stand motionless in front of this huge mirror, I look at myself and smile. I search some flaws in my makeup or dress but everything is perfect. I gently place the golden mask on my face and move the hair away to tie it. I take a step back and admire myself once again. […]

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AbanoRitz Thermae & Wellness Hotel: wellness all year long

In the heart of Abano Terme, the Italian capital of spas the AbanoRitz Termae & Wellness Hotel is the ideal place to enjoy a refreshing break and to recharge yourselves. This historic structure lays at the feet of Euganean Hills. You just have to enter its elegant hall to get carried away with wellbeing: a parallel reality, where […]

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Love me in Liguria: invitation at Terrazza Colombo

I’m staring at the computer screen in front of me, and I can’t help snorting. I’m alone in my office since I’m the only one to be back from holidays one day earlier. I straighten my legs under the desk and stretch my neck. I need a coffee to get off to a good start […]

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Thanks to that conference at the San Clemente Palace Kempinski…

I open up my eyes and my dream disappears because a sunbeam comes straight to my eyes: so annoying. The young tourist in front of me must have moved the curtain aside, therefore I straighten up on the seat and look out of the window. I change my mind about the girl sitting there: perhaps […]

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