Albergo Verdi

Address: Via Dondi dall'Orologio, 7, Padua, Veneto, 35139, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Dondi dall'Orologio, 7, Padua, is near Prato della Valle, Caffe Pedrocchi, Palace of Law (Palazzo della Ragione), and Muggia.
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    Travel Blogs from Padua

    Venezia, qui veniamo!

    A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jun 25, 2014

    10 photos

    ... too!)....the hold luggage does not have any of those liquid restrictions etc.... There are oh so many "London airports" - about 8 that I have been told about; the one we are at right now, called "Southend" is only 2 years old, has only 6 gates, 1 bar and no restaurant. Will soon pop downstairs to the retail shop to buy all the products (in small size - ie 100ml or less - that I did not pack , as even a can of deodorant was more than 100ml) If that is ...


    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 08, 2014

    11 photos

    ... that each individual panel is a supreme artistic masterpiece in its own right. It is akin to walking into a room stuffed with dozens of works by say, a Da Vinci or a Michelangelo. It is a sort of prototype Sistine Chapel, 200 years before its time.
    There are so many highlights. A nativity scene that virtually sets the template for Christmas cards for years to come. The Judas-Jesus kiss, where both are nose to nose with an intensity of expression that is chilling. The raising ...

    Days 17&18: Padua

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Mar 01, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... 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 was the lectern 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 students that would arrive from far and wide to attend his classes. The size of the lectern allowed him to ...

    Saint, students and spritz

    A travel blog entry by jerry.krieg on Sep 25, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... enough to know we were seeing a masterpiece plus a style that shattered the notion of what art is. Giotto boldly moved away from the stylized Byzantine format and gave his scenes a wonderful naturalism, moving his subjects off the flat plane, trading the gold background for blue sky, pulling the viewer into the scene, giving clothes a softness, and the faces emotion. The subject of the chapel is the life of Mary and Jesus. For ...

    Venice - Venezia and Dubrovonik

    A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Sep 10, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... have become to the ship. She is beautiful and we certainly have enjoyed having someone else clean our room and cook for us (well we have bloody loved it!!). We get pleasure on coming back to the room at night and finding the bed turned down. Sitting on the balcony (major tip - get the balcony), watching the comings and goings of the world around you, or basking in the sun. We have enjoyed all of the food (and we are finding our pants getting quite tight and Phil's shirts are ...