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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 …
... train station. Very crowded train and hard to find a place for luggage even though ours was very small compared to some others. The train goes finally to Santa Lucia in Venezia but we are getting off at Padova. Looking for hopefully a less tourist laden town for a few days! We made it one piece to Padova. We had to get off the train with a lady who had three huge suitcases, almost as big as Dani! Once we got out of the train station, we had ...
... on this special day for the locals, and the large town square was filled with an enormous array of market stalls which we spent the morning browsing. Late in the afternoon, once the weather had cooled a little bit we visited the world's oldest botanical gardens, created by the university over 500 years ago. Finally, after dinner, we finished the day with a visit to the funfair and ...
... a car. I don't know whether we would rent an apartment agsin, unless we were very certain of what we are getting. This one was adequate, but "not exactly as illustraded" online. The facilities are ecclectic, and not particularly functional, at least y our standards. We have enjoed our time, here in Italia, and look forward to a few more little tastes of Italy in our upcoming cruise. U til then, we will spend a few days exploring Croatia. ...
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