BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Galileo Padova
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... timetable demanded an evening exploration of Padua, so we dutifully set off. We were marvellously fortified en route by an excellent pizza, high calibre breadsticks and lashings of cold beer: I was quickly picking up the easy-going Italian vibe. Our twilight destination was the celebrated Basilica di Sant'Antonio, which was found after a short walk through the pleasingly cloistered back streets.
The Basilica is a mighty building; multi domed, several towered and with a ...
... more layers on today. We arrived back home - and had a bite to eat. Barry had arrived back home only to duck out again as Anna ( a staff member at the school) was meeting him at the travel agent to co-ordinate the itinerary for when the Mullumbimby students are over there in April. Ben and I decided to go the market area for a shop around but we only lasted for about an hour - we felt just too cold. I really needed more layers ...
... to help. There also seems to be less Indians selling stuff which I'm happy about. We eventually found our hotel and yay it is amazing. Old school palace style but beautiful big and clean. It's basically an apartment. We got organised and went down the street to get lunch. Ends up that it was siesta time. So we went to a little bakery and got some cute sweets. I had a biscuit and it was so tasty! In the kitchen of ...
... night however, as the bars here all close at midnight due to the local laws instigated to reduce noise pollution, many of the bars were already shutting their doors as we were arriving even though they still had clients drinking outside. The unspoken policy seemed to be that you left your glass outside the door when you had finished which to Caitlin and I seemed utterly ridiculous…if it had been Leeds this ...
An afternoon, night, sunrise over the Atlantic, into the evening on the flight from Madrid, and a 90 minute boat ride to San Marcos dock, found us dragging ourselves, laden with baggage, along the quiet streets and alleys of Venice after dark. After one too many wrong turns down lonely "calles", Lauri felt it necessary to ask ...