Hotel Al Cason
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... after he died in 1263CE, his body was exhumed and all was turned to ...
... padavia libertas- Paduan freedom is universal for everyone. In the room's entrance was this giant wooden lectern. Seriously the biggest lectern you'd ever see. And because I'm a nerd, I wanted to see it- this is what Galileo would use whenever he gave his lectures at the uni here. And it's thought that his lectern had to be this big because of the crowds of the students that would arrive from far and wide to attend his classes. The size of the lectern allowed ...
... a variety of sauces, mushrooms and olive oil. note the picture of the "knob" of butter. There were about 30 tables in the restaurant, and every one of them had this great slab of butter on it - cholesterol sufferers would have had a heart attack!!
Tomorrow we leave Padua (and Italy) and head across to Croatia. Our first stop will be in Pula, a town on the Istrian Peninsula.
... it did... But then we got to look through the showrooms, and Dean helped me choose some beautiful glass beads for a necklace - I had been looking forward to that the entire trip! You would not believe what Dean found on the way there, though... There happened to be a tiny camera shop on the corner of a side street on St. Mark's Square, and what should they have in the window but our model of camera! You should have seen Dean's ...
... went exploring the city - getting lost and then un-lost as one does in Venice. You just have to look for the signs on the building that point you towards the Rialto Bridge or San Marco Square to get back to where you came from.
For dinner, we wandered the streets until we found a family run cafe called Restorante Sempione. We talked to the older gentleman who waited on us - he said he loves Canada as he worked in Ottawa in '79-'80 as a chef. He admitted his love of ...