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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they had within the gardens. It was also a nice reprieve from the sun....the temperatures and humidity were on the rise. The nerdy pharmacist in me enjoyed walking around the medicinal plants. I also practiced taking some pictures with my macro zoom lens. My grandma Louise would have loved it here. We then jumped on the tram to Ponti Romani to take a look at some of the other sites in Padua. Unlike Florence and Roma, this city is much ...
... t see himself continuing to live here though in the next few years. It's too boring for him. He tells me he would have already moved to Australia if not for the distance. When we talk, I feel like something clicks- I feel the same way a lot of the time and I know what he means when he says he can't see himself living in Padua forever. After talking, he shows me to my room and I am in love with the decor and the way he has chosen to decorate the place. He has ...
Everyone in the hostel gets kicked out at 10am, so they can clean. Therefore, everyone is forced to get up early and leave. Emilia came out with us for the day to tour the city. She is so much fun. Yesterday, Michelle and I bought a map at the tourist center and it as huge! It was like wallpaper and I'm sure just as wide as some do the alleys. Emilia had a much smaller (normal sized) city map of Venice, so we used that. Fort the day we jut ...
... going to restaurant we got caught in a huge rainstorm we had not a stitch of dry clothing on by the time we got back to the hotel. We enjoyed many different meals here and always ate what the waiters recommended the last night we had the seafood speciality of the restaurant which was very nice. Rodney & Courtney certainly ate there fair share of pizzas in Italy & loved everyone of ...
... e PaoloDorsoduro is a nice small village and you can see galleries and art shops here including the Peggy Guggenheim Museum. I have read the book Peggy Guggenheim, the Mistress of Modern Art and somehow understood the way Peggy thinks and her love for art. Peggy's collection is undoubtedly huge! From Abstract Expressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, Futurism, Metaphysical painting etc. Her house is beautiful, her life story is intriguing and fascinating as ...