Hotel al Giardinetto

Address: Prato della Valle, 54, Padua, Veneto, 35100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Prato della Valle, 54, Padua, is near Basilica of St. Anthony, Prato della Valle, The Botanical Garden (Orto Botanico), and Basilica di Santa Giustina.
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    Travel Blogs from Padua

    "I" Before "Gli" Except When Sounding Like "A"

    A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Sep 29, 2015

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    ... sign for a geology and paleontology institute.

    And I love this view from one of the bridges over the river that runs through the city: I haven't yet figured out what the huge glass thing is (I'm assuming that it's an art installation), but you can see behind it a church straight out of the Middle ...

    Venice With An Old Friend

    A travel blog entry by pomeroys on Jul 08, 2014

    5 photos

    We enjoyed a very busy day in Venice today.  We started off with a tour with the Dodge's Palace where the Duke of Venice ruled the city for 100s of years.  A very impressive palace right on St Mark's Square with the infamous bridge of Sighs that extends over to the prison next door.  We finished off the tour by feeding the pigeons in the square where the ...

    Horses and a Basilica

    A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on Jun 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... taught what they need to learn to be perfect. There were large mirrors so the riders could see if they were getting it right.
    The junior riders and horses did traditional Dressarge but the more senior riders, after a good warmup, did some of the particular moves that make the Lipitzzaners so special. The traditional moves were originally designed to help the horse get to top fitness for use in battle. We saw one of ...

    Days 17&18: Padua

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Mar 01, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... where death is useful for life.

    Last but not least, the first woman in the world to graduate from university, graduated from the University of Padua. Her name was Eleana Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia and the year was 1678. She graduated in philosophy but actually wanted to study theology, however was denied this by the bishop of the time.

    The next day I had something a bit different and rather random planned. I met a girl in Venice earlier in ...

    Day 49: Venice is a maze

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 05, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... gold leafing.

    Our last stop was the bridge of Sighs. I have always liked this bridge because of how it got its name. In case you do not know how the name came about... The bridge links the court house (or some building like that) to the jail. When people were found guilty and sentenced to jail they passed over the bridge, got their last look at the pretty water and let out a sigh. (This is what I heard anyway and I don't really care to know ...