BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Galileo Padova
Travel Blogs from Padua
Too expensive to stay in Venice. We check out at 730 am tomorrow and head to Verona. High five to Theresa's brother for making the U16 Jagr National Czech team!
... we wanted to exit for the chapel and we were off the hook. We got to the chapel entrance a little early so they let us into the screening room early. You have to sit in a room for 15 minutes and watch a video to balance the humidity. There were only 6 people in our group. Once the previous group left, we were ushered into the chapel. Honestly, the fresco work of Giotto rivals that of Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel. They tell the story ...
... Today we've decided to do a day trip to Venice. Even though we were there a couple of years ago, we think it's time for another visit. This time we decided to wander the "back streets" instead of sticking to the main attraction - the Grand Canal. So, with map in hand (and the occasional help from Google Maps), we set about navigating the labyrinthine streets and canals. It ...
... were on port side with our balcony and St Marks Square is on starboard for coming in). Anyway this location I had was fantastic for seeing everything as we came in.
It is always amazing how you have this vision in you head of what something is going to look like and then when you finally see it, it is nothing like you had imagined. Either way this is a fantastic port to come into and to see ...
... with the crowds. Exhausted but soldiered on to the Palazzo Zuckermann- museum of Decorative Arts. Ceramics, clothing, glassware, lace, jewelry, furniture and coins. Collection of one person which starting from BC to present, including Souvenir medals. The whole collectives the story of how we have arrived at our current monetary system. We were ushered out as closing time of 7 pm, and time to head home for dinner Michael was ably assisted by Naomi in preparing aubergine ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility