Accademia Palace

Address: Via del Pescarotto, 39, Padua, Veneto, 35131, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Padua

Sirmione to Padua

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Oct 13, 2014

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... had more unusual items. We had broad noodles with scallops and smoked cheese and for our main course prawns and squid in a black curry sauce. We followed that with an almond marscapone torte and a cheese plate. I am glad we were splitting each course!

The next day, with a quick look at the Grotto de Cattullo at the very end of the peninsula, we set off for Verona. Bob revamped as much of the route to take us on smaller roads which worked well. Saturday traffic ...


A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 08, 2014

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... touching of the exterior glass took place. The worship of saints is evidently still very much the rage, although I don't know if St Anthony minds having bits of his body on show.
We reluctantly made our way out of the Basilica, which had provided us with much food for thought, even if we had missed the Donatellos. We had spent comfortably less than 24 hours in Padua, but we seemed to have packed in a cornucopia of treasures and joys. It had been super.

Beers had : Furst

Our First Day in Italy

A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Apr 19, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... but you are on an island so there is only so far to go. Tomorrow they are predicting rain so that should be interesting since this is a completely outdoor city. For those of you who go to Epcot and recognize Doge's palace and clock tower in our photos, Disney's version is much cleaner.... Looking forward to to or row and hoping to stay dry... Steve and ...

Glad we went to Orta

A travel blog entry by diff54 on Oct 04, 2012

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... inspiration to religious painters we have seen over the past week. There are ads to see Juliettes' tomb and her house; despite being Shakespeare's fictional character. The house has apparently been built to look like a house of the era of the story. Heading to the other end of the township and along the Adige River there was houses built to the very edge of the secured banks. The curving Adige provides a natural protective barrier hence the reason for the site being chosen so long ...

Gondolas and shopping in Venice

A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Aug 27, 2012

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We hit deck 9 in time to see a brilliant red sun rising – the view from the Windjammer is spectacular out onto a glassy sea. We are just discussing whether there are whales in this area when Sue spots dolphins swimming along!!! Rodica, one of our favourite waitresses tells us of seeing her first whale in the Atlantic – it is a good moment.

I decided to start this full day at sea with a treat for my feet! They have travelled a lot of miles ...