BEST WESTERN Hotel Admiral Padova
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... so (L-R) we are me, Dario, Alex, and Alice, with Bernard and Justin in back. A wonderful bunch of people who were so much fun to spend a month with!
Later, everyone but Dario and Alice joined a couple of students from the other class and me at a restaurant for a lovely "farewell" dinner. There I learned, among other things, that Justin is a Franciscan, not Buddist, priest. What are the odds that two of six students would be Catholic ...
... it impossible to download any larger files (such as updating a few apps). The service at the hotel in Padova was better, but at times it wouldn’t connect even when the signal strength was five bars, and at times it seemed slow (such as when uploading videos to my Blog). In contrast, the Wi-Fi service at Villa Steno worked exceptionally well.
I leave tomorrow for the next part of my adventure, one that could prove interesting given the current situation with refugees.
... which would lead us to the train station - and hopefully our tickets.
In the end, it all worked out and we now have tickets to Salzburg, also our train tickets from Munich to Paris for later this month and - more food. A successful trip all around.
I have to tell you though - as I was heading out with Jack into the city without any cash, not knowing where we were going (or how to get back), there was a little voice in ...
... to keep the candles as a welcome souvenir.
It was well into the evening, but there was no let up in the supremely hot heat, which to borrow a cliche, hung heavily like a thick, oppressive blanket. Everything was drenched in sweat, and we were parched. Almost incoherently, we walked through one of the largest town squares in Europe, which was far too large for any exploration at this weakened state of endurance. Happily, we stumbled upon the sanctuary of the "English Pub", ...
... men and women gathering in piazzas to catch up with each other, bakeries putting out their wares for the day. it all proved to be much more interesting than the multitude of churches and museums that abound in the city.
To cap off a wonderful day of exploring, we visited the San Marco Basilica. If you had to visit just one thing in Venice then this would be it. In a ...