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... of renaissance Italy and the subsequent grimness of the twentieth century come together. One image that probably best of all sums up the theme and essence of our journey.
The Last Judgement adorns the west wall. It is a characteristic Catholic "Doom", graphically demonstrating the horrors of Hell as set against the delights of Heaven, designed to terrify the viewer into a life of goodness and obedience. The Hell bits are hilarious, especially the huge corpulent demon devouring ...
... Paola's and Alessandro's place for dinner. Arrived at their place at 7.30 because everyone eats at around 8pm - another nice evening with them both as both Ben and I became a little more comfortable with them. Left their place at 9 ready for another good night's sleep as we were all exhausted again. Tomorrow we had a big day planned to Venice . Ism so looking forward to seeing this place as I have heard so much about Venice! We Walked home - rather cool but nice as ...
... rain we decided to eat in the hotel. The rain did eventually subside long enough to stroll the 1.2km back in to Campalto. Other than an amusing street name, Campalto has very little to offer in the way of entertainment, even at 9pm on a Tuesday evening. So we stood under the amusing street name for a few minutes longer then headed back to Hotel Antica Fenice. Both of us content with the day. Both of us relaxed. Both of us tremendously looking forward to the days to come
When I left this morning it was so nice. There was no heat, no humid, and there was a cool breaze blowing. It was perfect. If only it stayed like that. By the afternoon things had definitely changed.
David was telling me a bit about the Italian culture, and how they are just plan rude. He has lived he for 6 years now, only speaks the italian language very minimal,just enough to get by. And he said that there is no such thing as ...
... and set to get even hotter I think.
For our last day in Padua we spent the morning packing up ready to catch the train to Rome the following day. Once we finished packing we went to the fruit markets and bought some fruit. We then went to the train station and caught the train to Cittadella which is a town
that has a medieval wall around it that is still intact. When we got there ...