Corso del Popolo, 2, Padua, Veneto, 35100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Padua

A city with no roads

A travel blog entry by steve-dara


Steve-dara stayed here on Apr 21, 2011 during their trip titled: Steve and Dara Rock The World.

Pacini Family

A travel blog entry by rw1990

We were welcomed into northern Italy in Padova by Caina's Italian family. I was a bit nervous because I didn't know them at all, but they have been nothing but kind and welcoming. Hosting is in their home has been lovely. Giovanni and Fiorella (Filippo and Jenny's (Eugenia) parents) have showed us so many phenomenal recipes and they were even nice enough to write down a couple of them for me to take home with me. ...

A day in the Euganean Hills

A travel blog entry by diff54


... with great generosity with her offering all her wines to taste. It even felt impolite when we needs to leave to collect Naomi who was arriving at 5.40 at the Padua station. Purchasing some of her wines helped the parting. The Lowens' were very happy to be reunited after 9 months, with it being even much longer that Naomi has been living overseas. Our first home cooked meal tonite as Michael excelled himself with pumpkin risotto; pumpkin fresh from our roadside purchase on the way to ...

First night Cruising and Morning of Day Two

A travel blog entry by theateam


... what we might find. It’s a beautiful day so I am sure it will be fantastic.

Well im starving now, time to see if Brendon can get out of better. The rooms are pitch black as they have no windows because we are in the centre of the ship, its awesome but you could also probly sleep all day its so dark.

Talk tonight or tomorrow morning with more information.

Xoxox Kelly and ...

Days 304 to 305 - Padova

A travel blog entry by craigadventure


... oldest english speaking university.

Padova's critical role in the development of modern medicine is directly linked to the expanding rule of the papal centric city state of Rome to the south. Students at the university of Bolognia, Italy's 1st university, were obstructed from practicing free and independent thought, irrespective of the Roman Catholic Church. Students therefore left Bolognia and moved north ...

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