Hotel Al Cason
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Travel Blogs from Padua
... upon a particularly madcap section of our voyage. In three days, we would travel five hundred miles and visit three stupendous cities in North Italy, all associated with the Renaissance and boasting astonishing sites and treasures; Padua, Urbino and Mantua.
We had arrived in Padua in the late afternoon, and were surprised not to have found the hotel where the satnav promised that it should have been. It was far too hot to concentrate, so we took refuge in a "gelatio" to ...
... visit T. I am excessively miserable and fed up with all of this and I do look up flights and think about leaving. But I know it's the wrong thing to do and I must be stronger than a little stomach ache. A difficult feat given my pain tolerance is something atrocious.
Things I'm grateful for: being able to get out of Venice for a bit; having a cool room to myself; stomach pain being tolerable; someone to talk to when feeling miserable
... at the front desk to check in, they sit you in the luscious green courtyard with complimentary sparkling while they organise the paperwork. The sound of the water taxis going past the hotel sounds similar to the ocean. We check in to room number 1 right by reception. After a quick freshen up we head out for lunch along the canal Rio Di Ca' Foscari for the most expensive meal yet. Cover charge AND service charge on top of ...
... Venetian streets. Alexandre and Isabelle each bought a carnival mask before leaving and we headed back to the apartment. By the time we arrived home, we were all thoroughly exhausted. Janik ran to the grocery store to pick up some dinner for us to prepare and again, we ate well and crashed for the night dreaming of Italian sunshine, and watery canals winding through an ancient world. Tomorrow we leave for nonna's home town of Guardialfiera. Can’t wait! ...
... pretty quiet piazzas and decide to look at a restaurant possibility for dinner. This leads us to Prato Della Valle, a square where there is a fruit market, lots of cool statues, and some inline skate racing going on. We watch a race and start to walk to look for the restaurant without any luck so we walk around towards another one. It looks pretty good and is near St. Anthony's but does not open until later. We head to the room and discover we are right around ...
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- Room service
- Free parking