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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Here it is, in the thing in the center, ...
... walk inside and look up, it's rather claustrophobic, but incredible knowing this is how their anatomy lessons were carried out in the past. Padua University started teaching medicine in 1222!! As the structure is very old, we can't touch or walk on it, but there's a model made of wood that let's you conceptualise exactly what the design of the theatre was like. I really enjoyed this part of the tour the most I think. Above the doorway written in Latin were the ...
... tongue seems to be intact. This is how it was found when one hundred years after his death his tomb was opened for the second stage of the basilica's construction -- a fitting sign for a saint whose preaching drew thousands into the church.
The second main attraction in Padua is the Scrovegni Chapel, commissioned by Enrico Scovegni. It is also called Arena Chapel because Enrico used land which was part of an ancient Roman arena. ...
... dish to connect due to the amount of trees. The site really wasn't for us as it had lots of children, but it was a family
resort and they do it rather well with the numerous activities for the children whilst the parents either lounge around the pool, restaurants or bars.
We set up the awning, chairs and table just prior to a thunderstorm which lasted all through the night. Didn't I say he will put a curse on the ...
... night was at a table next to a gondola station on the Grand Canal near the Rialto Bridge. Our waiter looked Filipino and we named him Baby Face. The entertainment during dinner was watching a poor gondolier try to keep a boatload of beer-drinking, photo snapping tourists from falling into the canal.
After dinner we were all craving cannoli for dessert and we figured it would be so easy to find it. This was Italy after all. ...