Travel Blogs from Padua
We left Parma yesterday and headed up to Padua (or Padova). This is to be our last stop in Italy before we head over to Croatia. Once again, Padua proves to be a real gem - the sum of its parts turns out to be greater than its individual attractions. We spent the whole afternoon getting lost in the maze of its inner city streets. We must be getting …
... we had to visit La Piazza San Marco, tour the narrow streets and sample the gelato. We found ourselves lost in a maze of alleys, flanked by old stone buildings and structures that looked as if they would crumple with the slightest touch. Rusted wrought iron railings and stone bridges were everywhere and the stale scent of seawater lingered in the air at every turn. We stopped for lunch, filled our bellies and headed out for a continued adventure that ...
... man and his wife have to hurry off as they have a reservation to see Scrovegni chapel but we exchange e mails quickly. We see the rest of the museum and also a video on the Scrovegni chapel and it's history, which we see tomorrow. When we finish we u we the restrooms and then enter a courtyard to exit. Our friends from the cross room are sitting there having a drink. We talk for quite a while with Bernd and Rose from France. He is retired but she still works and ...
... with us ! We did not find any pizzeria to Raaj's liking, but in the process, visited all the monuments around us once again ! Finally we decided to go back to the pizzeria next to our hotel. So it was waterbus time and another round of Grand Canyon tour ! The pizza was as good as last night. We made friends with the pizzeria shop owner, Max. We then went back to the waterbus, this time for going to Rialto bridge and Rialto market. I ...
... in some ways I feel I have been away from home for a longer period than that so here is an ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Wonderful hotel. Very helpful staff, large comfortable rooms.
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