Tulip Inn Padova
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Padua
... a mote which in the medieval times was the city's first line of defence. We walked through the town which wasn't very big and then walked around the wall which was one and a half kilometres and two metres thick (I don't know how high). We then had an ice cream (I don't think I've ever had so many ice creams in such a small period of time) and caught the train ...
... one from spain and one from germany. No one knows the rest of the floor, so they might not be here yet.
Tomorrow is my official enrollment day and that means I get to register for internet tomorrow. Yeah! :-). I might have internet on the weekend.
It is too funny because all the information, and the important information as well, like when to be where and what to bring, they only send it out per email. How ironic ...
... bridge crossed the canal until the 19th century, the wooden Rialto Bridge. There are currently 4 bridges across it.
Most of the palaces emerge from water without pavement. Consequently, one can only tour past the fronts of the buildings on the grand canal by boat.
Venice is bidding to host the 2020 olympics and if it succeeds against Rome then there are plans to put a metro system in place beneath the canals. I personally can't see how ...
... sort of way-but very impressive and memorable. I would love to go back. We wandered the streets and got lost a bit, which was okay. We found an out of the way restaurant which was busy with locals and had a good time. Cheap too, once you are off the tourist roads. We bought a pass on the water bus, so traveled around a lot on that. Very efficient way to get around. Though five degrees, it was still quite cold out on the water. Richelle didn't warm up for days.
... quite comical. They didn't seem to regard anyone else's opinions or thoughts, they simply did exactly what they wanted to do and how they wanted to do it. My next train to Milano would not depart for another 2 hours so I sat in the corner of this cafe and sipped my strong coffee while I wrote about my experiences in Zermatt and observed the locals.
45 minutes before my train was set to leave I walked back to the train station and found that the reception was still closed. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking