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Travel Blogs from Padua
... town like most towns here in Europe. We stayed in a lovely hotel here ( hotel grand italia). The staff were very friendly, helpful, breakfast was very ice here with plenty of fruit, juice,pastries, cold meats & cheeses. Our hotel recommended a lovely restaurant within walking distance to the hotel (La Pavana) we became regulars at this restaurant for the next few nights. Our first ...
... would be arriving at very soon. the locals at the stall were so friendly and trying to be helpful with names for the items. My designated role of navigator started in earnest today. Mark was the driver and I was armed with some basic maps and had my first experience with a TomTom. Ken (the name of the Australian male voice providing directions) were off to a mixed start to our relationship. He was very strident I. His directions, rigid and unforgiving if you ...
... cancelled due to the strike and closure of archaeological sites and museums. Added to that, it was a very wet and windy day, but nevertheless, we got off and had a quick look at the pretty little port. The wind was so strong the Captain had to use the thrusters to keep the ship safely moored, in fact, he was in two minds whether to dock this morning. As it turned out, we might as well have stayed at sea. This evening, Ken and ...
... And you can not beat a cup of tea! So middle Europeans, read this, the breakfast you have been educated to know as 'The English Breakfast' does exist but not in the way you think. It is now generally served within hotels and B&B's as a convenience food, to cater for the tourists. It also exists within households but if I can teach you one thing, I can assure you that it is not consumed every day.
One thing the Italians knew how to do, and that was build a city. I ...
... this coiled sausage which was really good. Afterwards we went home and read for quite awhile and than went to sleep. We didn't do any site seeing but we did experience a lot of Italian life. Tomorrow we leave for Greece.
P.S. If I did more than one entry in a day I only sent out the last entry so I heard from someone that they didn't know there were other entries so take a look and see if you've read all the entries or only the ones I sent out the update info about ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed