via Venezia 30, Padua, Veneto, 35131, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on via Venezia 30, Padua, is near The Rotunda of St George (Sveti Georgi), National Art Gallery, Statue of Tzar Nikolaj, and Eagles' Bridge (Orlov Most).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Galileo Padova Padua

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    Travel Blogs from Padua


    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... highlight of the service was undoubtedly the performance of the singing monk, as we called the choir master. He was a superstar! He was the chief singing henchman of the boss, singing his parts with elation and conviction. He also lead the congregation in the congregational singing, indicating exactly which note should be found next, and doing so with real pleasure and generosity. He was so good that my GLW could sing along to these new melodies. He was a delight, and demonstrated ...

    Day 7 - a lazy day in Padova

    A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 13, 2013

    ... Venice again as well- such a pretty place . Barry needs to see Anna and Paola for something but is happy for us to go and visit. It should be another good day and our last day in Padova before we head off to the mountains which I am also looking forward to as I have heard so much about the Dolomites.  Dinner Anna picked us up at 7.45 - she was so nice and well spoken, had a great command of the English language with very little Italian accent which I was ...

    Long, hot day

    A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on Apr 19, 2013

    19 photos

    ... I had avoided going in the churches as there were so many and I had exhausted churches in Rome. If I had gone in them I would have had to spend a fortune as a number of them charged. I did go into the Gesuit church near the Fondamenta Nove stop as the guide book said it was a bit mad. The marble of the walls had been put up so it looks like damask wallpaper. I would have taken a picture but there were instructions not to take any. It really annoyed me in ...

    Wearied and Wet in Padova

    A travel blog entry by helena.greg on Nov 04, 2012

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    ... Chapel. Personally I was not in the slightest bit interested in going, we’ve seen plenty of churches on our short trip and my already limited enthusiasm was really starting to dwindle however, Briar’s passion seemed to make up for both of us so Caitlin and I agreed to make this one visit and I am eternally glad that we did. The chapel is mind blowingly beautiful, unlike anything that I’ve ever seen ...

    St. Anthony and Giotto

    A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 10, 2012

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... his tongue which was miraculously intact and reddish in color. The display case also holds his lower jaw still well preserved, and vocal chords which also are intact and were only discovered when his body was examined in 1981. It does seem pretty amazing as he was known as a preacher who could not stop talking about God and the mouth, tongue, and vocal chords are well preserved. We exit the Basilica and visit the small museum of St. Anthony. It is very nice and has items sent to ...