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... town and is the second oldest University in Italy/Europe, built in 1222. The University had famous teachers such as Copernicus, Galileo and Casanova. Dante also had a huge influence on the city. The first female (Elena Cornaro Piscopia) to graduate at University was from Padua. She studied Theology, but the Bishop would not let her graduate and it was negotiated for her to get a degree in Philosophy instead. She never used the degree, she was ...
... and Alessandro. Running towards them I gave them both a big hug and led to them to Barry and Ben who were waiting inside the apartment entrance. After hugs and kisses and introductions we went inside the apartment where Paola showed us around and settled us down for a quick bite. She had bought us Pizzas, crusty bread rolls, beers, cheeses, cold meats, milk, fruit and cereals for us which was so very thoughtful of her. I could ...
Today, we started out the day with a swim at the indoor pool, then another beautiful breakfast on the terrace overlooking Lake Como. We checked out at around 10am and headed off for a three hour drive to Venice. The road was full of trucks and not much to see, but we were in Our Venice car park around 1pm as expected. We grabbed all our bags and found the Vaporetto stop - then after a short wait we were on a ferry to our stop outside our Hotel - the ...
... real estate is scarce), locked gate and housing incredible statues. We had not realized it was such a popular tourist stop until we saw the huge carpark and busloads arriving, and got caught up,in the throng of people in the main piazza which is a around shopping strip. Such a contrast to our stay on Lake Orta; with the quiet quaint village atmosphere, which we much prefer. The bridge across the waterway and the castle fortifications of Rocca Scaligera (circa 1200-1400's) were ...
... ate them out on our terrace again. Then decided to try and repack the bags ready for our early start tomorrow. We had bought enough food for breakfast and lunch tomorrow but the girl had offered to assemble some breakfast for us to eat before we go - now it looks like we have lunch for the next two days if needed.. Alarm set for 5.30 - but so far no difficulty waking that early in this heat. Bags will be heavier than ever to carry after that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking