BEST WESTERN Hotel Admiral Padova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We arrived in Verona at 2:30 which is the earliest arrival on this leg of the trip and settled in to our guest house. It's a lovely updated 17th century house and the owner has 6 rooms and the place is full tonight.
Verona city centre retains the look of a 15th century town and in the wonderful warm afternoon everyone was out in the main square. It was hot and humid and felt like rain so we chose to do our outside wandering first ...
They woke up in great excitement as they were going to see inside the stud.
after a hasty breakfast, Willow went to buy tickets for the guided tour and to her delight saw some of the horses trot past on their way to the fields for the day.
Because they were on an early tour they got to see 5 horses and riders training.
Willow had seen Lippitzaners performing before in the UK but found it fascinating to see ...
... getting bus or vaporetto tickets and finding my way around. But I am not going to tell "newbies" that this was a fast and easy thing to do. It wasn't. I had done lots of research and had even downloaded instructions from others on how to do various things but the whole process of transportation, for us as newcomers, was still time consuming. It can be done. But it will take longer than you expect.We left our ...
... to Venice and were met by a water taxi and brought to our hotel long the Grand Canal. What an introduction to a truly magical city which is so unlike any other place on earth! It is difficult to find the words to describe it. I can understand why, for centuries, so many artists have made this their home. The light is very special; it diffuses the domes of the many, many churches making them seem to melt into the sky. We have been lucky to ...
... continually built upon. It was fast flowing today and the watermarks indicated how very deep,it could get in winter. After walking to the Teatro Romano and the Gardini Giusti we decided not to enter as we were tired and on consideration of what we had seen in the Arena and earlier gardens, thought we may have seen and had enough of these sites. Michael with able assistance from Naomi and Ruth whipped up another great Risotto. We all have our skills and roles. Mark is driving, mine is ...