Hotel Al Cason
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... trouble finding the tram. We asked a few men and they told us to turn left at McDonalds. So we did and couldn't find the tram. Turns out we should have gone right. Adventures in traveling! So we followed the tram up to the next stop and hopped on. We took it to the Santo stop which was very close to our hotel. Easy to find the hotel. Hotel Belludi 37 is just steps away from St. Anthony's Basilica. It's an old building but with very ...
... of goes on the bumper cars, where (unlike in Australia) bumping is allowed. In fact there appeared to be no rules at all, rather like Italy's real traffic system!
On the twelfth of June we decided to stay around Padua. We started our
day by looking in a really really really really big cathedral which is
the Basilica of Saint Anthony. Inside there was saint ...
... how they row it. Instead of rowing and changing sides, they just row on one side and it seems to go the direction they want it to go. Today we didn't do too much because we were going to be in Venice tomorrow. We got onto the ship and I had a shower and we went to fine dining for the last time. We said goodbye to our waiters then went to Princess Theatre. At the theatre we watched an orchestra play songs. We went back to the room and ...
As we were driving into the heart of Padua's old city to see what is considered to be the greatest 14th century European painting in the Capella degli Scrovegni, I was struck by how much it is a modern city surrounding an ancient world. The Capella is decorated by Giotto, the número uno visit in Padua. It is amazing that this Capella has withstood wars, progress and threats to tear it down. Now it is nature itself that is the enemy as the natural elements are ...
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