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.

Horses and a Basilica

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday


... at night. It was all beautifully kept by a team of hard working men and women.
After a final look at the mares and foals in the pasture it was time to hit the road again for quite a long drive to Padua.
It really was very hot so Willow slept most of the way while Ed and I got on with it.
Serena got us to the hotel only to find it was a private house. On checking the number, we were looking at 35 and needed ...

Venice, ITALY

A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... your hands or face and if you took it they then harassed your partner into paying for it. At night they were even worse! They had glow type things and were in packs harassing people into buying them! At dinner some even rocked up in the restaurant!! We were very over them by the time we left!

Overall Venice was a fun day trip and it was cool to see something so different! Very keen to head into Rome to see the Vatican and ancient Roman Ruins! Plus of course more pizza and pasta!

Vincenza and Palladio

A travel blog entry by diff54


... less than half the building finished due to Palladio's death and financial problems. Three columns wide when 7 columns would be the complete building according to the plans. Our Palladio tour culminated in the Teatro Olympico. The oldest operational indoor theatre in the world built in 1580. Palladio was the key renaissance architect who was responsible for most of the buildings everyone comes to see today. Sadly he died before its ...

Ahhh Venice

A travel blog entry by viv_agios


... Canal off the top of them.

We visited Murano Island which is famous for it's Venetian Glass. It took us about an hour to get there as it's on the other side of Venice and there isn't a direct route by vaporetto. It is such a lovely little island. We had lunch there which we made from home (something we did almost every day to save some money to spend on gelatto!) We saw a gentleman demonstrate how to blow glass. It is really quite spectacular ...

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