Hotel Al Cason
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... at night. It was all beautifully kept by a team of hard working men and women.
After a final look at the mares and foals in the pasture it was time to hit the road again for quite a long drive to Padua.
It really was very hot so Willow slept most of the way while Ed and I got on with it.
Serena got us to the hotel only to find it was a private house. On checking the number, we were looking at 35 and needed ...
... their vernacular that can only be used when describing the act of cooking or eating. I don't remember the Italian translations but an example that sticks in my mind is a word that can only be used to describe dry pasta being cooked/boiled in a pot. Or another is a verb that means kneading, but can only be used to describe kneading dough to make PASTA and nothing else. Funny eh?
The bolognese was finally done, and I ate it a little lackadaisically but it ...
... but I didn't know why. Now I do. The tickets are taken as you enter. If needed an Italian bus driver in line behind you will yell at you repeatedly to "prendere il biglieto", take the ticket!
I had neglected to bring a map of this new area, Veneto, so when I got to Padova, I had no idea where the car rental garage was. Again, with some helpful ltalians (I understood the gist and the gestures and the words for right, left and straight) ...
... the canals,buildings and people we were have a lot better tim by now it was about 6:30 and the streets kina roll up we found a small cafe, nikki had a cafe latte and I had a americano, both were really great we then returned to the apartment to plan for the next day
We are ready to take on the city tomorrow and are praying for better weather.
More pics to follow when we have a better ...
... for us and has a shower that Jerry can stand up in. Perfecto! The chandelier in our room is an olive green glass and is handmade from Murano. It's been here forever and it's obvious our host is used to the fact a 5,000€ light fixture hangs above our heads. At least Jerry's head doesn't hit it, not like the bathroom entrance. I think he left some skin on the overhang last night. I keep saying duck as we walk up our steps and in our room. I'm waiting for someone to ...