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Ionutromania stayed here on Aug 14, 2012 during their trip titled: Europa 2012.
St Anthony Church at Padua was our second stop after having coffee at one of the most famous coffee houses in Italy. We are back on the bus, we have a 5 hour trip to Assisi stopping in a couple of hours for a lunch stop. St Anthony was a priest at the age of 25 who came from a well to do family but chose a peaceful & simple life. He was known …
... 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 home.
... of all the sights we have seen.
We also happened upon this gorgeous building with very ornate Iron doors, not sure what it was. I managed to snap a pic of it before the guard yelled at me (oops, I do get into trouble on occasion, but its really not my fault!). Anyway, he did let us go inside and have a look, with the promise of ŅO FOTO, and discovered the place was a bank! Imagine where their service fees are going?. ...
It’s Monday morning so we’re up and away to Italy. The train from Munich to Verona stops at Innsbruck for 3 minutes so we jump on quickly to find our reserved seats in a 6-seater compartment has 4 people in it already and no room for luggage. Fortunately we find another empty one and settle in for the three and a half hour journey and what a really scenic trip it is. Head uphill from Innsbruck through the Austrian Alps to the Brenner Pass then we start the downhill ...
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