BEST WESTERN Hotel Admiral Padova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to punish people who were in debt. This was suggested by St. Anthony since the previous punishments were much more severe. At the other end of the hall is a huge bronze horse sculpted by Donatello. The horse was worth the price of admission. We walked around a little and enjoyed the elaborate architecture displays and headed out into the market. We walked over to the duomo so we could see the Baptistry. It is a beautifully frescoed ...
... to cook so I can't wait to try them in the States! Fritelle and steamed cabbage and a type of vegetable soup. Their home is very nice and Giovanni has a passion for trains. In their basement he has reconstructed the railways of Padova in a miniature replication with electric switches to that they can be set in motion. Amazing!! Padova is a nice little city with shops and a downtown square. Apparently ...
... catches my attention: a bishop writing in a book being held by a naked child. I guess in the 21st century we don't see this sort of image quite the same... Wanting to be a bit more thorough, I head out to explore modern Padova, but keep finding myself drawn back into the historical core, with its quiant canals and shady alleys. Finally I feel it's time to continue on down the ...
... and Barb have no problem but mine said funds have hit daily limit....WYHAT?? So, I go into the bank...the door to enter is like a tube...you step in ..door closes behind me...they must scan me or something efore the door in front of me opens. As I am waiting in line to talk to someone I see Bobbi try to come in..doesn't work and she gets back out. Next thing I see is Bobbi AND Barb try to get in ...
... minutes to get to the appropriate point. I made it, just, and also crossed a bridge that I had wanted to cross from day 1 lol.
Back in my room I realised I was actually soaked through to the skin and hadn't really noticed. I had a soak in a hot bath and settled down to finish my book. No siesta this afternoon as I wanted to have a good solid night's sleep before my journey home tomorrow. About three hours later my book was ...