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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... a single hybrid vehicle either. There are no Toyotas, Subarus, or Hondas, of course, but even among the local brands I don't recall seeing even one with the customary "hybrid" symbol. But then again, most of the cars here are substantially smaller than those found in the U.S. -- more like Minis or those new Fiats than even the new VW Bugs -- so I suppose that there isn't as much call for hybrids.
Being a college town, you'd expect ...
... The medallions on the walls commemorate noted faculty and graduates (or at least those with enough money to buy one!. Once used by the faculty senate, it's now used for conferences or other large gatherings.
I've spent my entire adult life on college campuses, revelling in their histories and eccentricities. The University of Padova is certainly in a class by itself. I'll close with a few words from the ...
... were many of the same things for sale, as well as a number of booths with hand-made crafts of various types. I bought a lovely necklace and earrings from one woman, and a scarf from another.
I want to spend a moment now talking about the food at this hotel. Breakfast and dinner are included in the costs to stay here, which is quite handy. At breakfast, we help ourselves to a buffet in a smaller room beyond the big dining room. ...
... am glad to see the driving go as it was quite stressful at times and so many times it was just a slight turn and we found ourselves in the wrong places. The thought of driving into Venice and not being able to turn around without getting onto a boat was a bit nerve wracking! However, we made it, found a gas station and at the car drop we were met by our tour guide for Venice, Viviana. Viviana helped us navigate getting to the water ...
... collection was refreshing and not so weighted. Not that you can compare contemporary art with 11th, 12th and 13th century masters but I enjoyed seeing the amazing collection of Max Ernst, Miro, Kadinsky, Warhol, Dali, Picasso, Jackson Pollack, Man Ray and more that Peggy Guggenheim personally ...