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Travel Blogs from Padua
... result in smashed or stolen glasses, blood and tears!
On our way back to the car Frederico gave us a night tour of the city; it was noticeably very different from the other places we have been. The buildings are much, much larger and grander here and there is something very austere about the city and its imposing architecture, it has a vastness that made me feel small and little bit overwhelmed.
... thanks for prayers received. The tomb is surrounded by nine marble reliefs depicting miracles from the life of the saint. In one a jealous husband stabbed his wife and St. Anthony asked God to bring her back to life. Another has a drowned boy who is blessed and revived by the Saint. A third one depicts a young man who cut off his own foot because he disrespected his mother by kicking her. She asks the Saint to help and his prayers to God enable him to reattach the foot. There ...
... So we finally settled on a little pasta place to eat(only one with no cover), and Nora of course fills her pants. So, we ask if there's a place to change her, and they point out a tiny bathroom with no counter. We tell them that won't work, so they then point us to a similar staff bathroom - with a larger sink. I don't know many people that change their baby's diapers in the sink. So we ask for a ...
... at a trip advisor recommended restaurant, but when we got there I really didn't like anything on the menu, so we went to a restaurant 2 doors down. The restaurant was really nice right along the canal where boaters and gondolas were constantly passing. The food was great, I had a nice spinach and ricotta cannelloni and Dan had a risotto. After dinner we walked along the streets and up to the famous Rialto bridge. The city was packed with tourists but it ...
... for tomorrow with the left over supper which took about two hours on the stove. Our place smelled soo good. Kelly helped Jamie strain and process the soup, preparing it for tomorrow’s supper. What a lot of work and if tomorrow’s meal is anything like the small sample we had tonight, I can’t wait.
Will was tired and for the first night in a long long time, I stayed up by myself and Will went to bed first. I was in ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed