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Travel Blogs from Padua
... between the Venice lagoon, the hills, and the foothills of the Alps. They represent one of the most lively and dynamic centres - culturally and economically - in north-east Italy. A city with a great tradition,Padua boasts famous monuments of enormous historical and artistic interest. The classic town route offers the opportunity to visit the most interesting monuments and places in just one day. It starts from the ...
... it to Garage San Marco, got a taxi and was relieved to settle into Hotel Belludi 37 http://owww.belludi37.it/en/, a sleek, modern contrast to all of the ancient beauty I have been immersed in.
So many of the random feeling but ultimately correct turns I have taken, the "coincidental" moments I looked at the right sign at the right moment, the helpful people available just as I need them, well who needs GPS when the angels are just as ...
... still go next week.
Yesterday evening it was "meeting night" for all erasmus students, and in the beginning it was really nice, but then it gets really exhausting to show your good side all the time, I might just be too old for this kind of thing. I can't handle that many people at one anymore. I am glad I met some people who live on my floor, We are mixed pretty well, there is a finnish, a spanisch, a potuguise girl, a boy ...
... islands from the waterside...all pretty minta. The fabled Gondola ride was thrown about but in the end forking out a wedge load of coin on a boat ride dodging water taxis and turning up in the photo albums of 20,000 tourists probably didn't do it for us. Heading back to camp we caught up with some fellow Aussie travellers and hooked into the red (and a few rogue shots from the friendly campsite ...
... Rick in his audio tour. We enjoyed our visit, but were not allowed to take any photos. Once we completed our tour, we walked back to our inn to freshen up and rest before heading back out to San Marco square.
A little later, after some good Brunello wine, cheese and bread we had bought in Florence the day before, we decided to take a gondola ride before dinner. We walked a few blocks to the nearest gondola station and found Luciano, ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed