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Travel Blogs from Padua
... the enemy. Padua was ruled by Austria for many years until Italy became a united country in 1871.
Ancient Padua can be glimpsed in twin squares framed by arcades, the Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza delle Frutta, which are separated by the triple-decker Gothic tribunal known as the Palazzo sella Ragione. The palazzo's arcades still serve as a food market where you can stock up on horse meat, a specialty since before Roman times.
Padua is ...
... We figured she would be around soon. Waiting and waiting - Baz was starting to worry a little as Paola is so well organised and was wondering if something might be wrong. Barry had not been able to make contact with Paola since the airport as his phone was playing up . He was trying to see if he could ring her on his phone. I decided to go for a walk outside to the end of the alley into the Main Street . Suddenly a car tooted and I knew it ...
... our window shopping, so we hopped onto a Gondola ride for a 40 minute tour of the canals. After the ride, we grabbed some lunch and back to the hotel for a break. In the afternoon and evening we again hit the town, checking out all the small shops and souvenir places. Dinner was a nice pasta affair, not far from the ...
At Lake Garda's most southern point is the lakeside village of Sirmione. A small thin peninsula of approximately 4Kms stretches out into the lake and naturally has been a desirable vantage point to both live and build fortifications since Roman times. It is also famous for its spas waters which now are part of many health resorts. As we approached the town we could see the infrastructure was based on money and big spending. E.g. Louis Vuitton shop, the grand Sirmione Hotel on huge ...
... and she had come from a funeral - I was saying in my best Italian that I spoke no Italian but nothing penetrated - then she went her way. Very sad Brief photo op on the way home of a church that struck me on the first day - you look up and all the statues heads are looking down at you - like many places in Venice you can't get far enough away to get the full vista and have to look upStopped off at the take-away nearest us and got kebabs ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed