Le Padovanelle

Address: Via Chilesotti, No 1, Padua, Veneto, 35020, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Padua

My Brain Hurts...

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Sep 28, 2015

... These can change depending on the beginning letters of the word in question.

For example --

English the cat the cats

Italian (maschile) il topo (the mouse) i topi (the mice)
lo studente (the student) gli studenti (the students)
l'amico (the male friend) gli amici (the ...

Cake and 'la moda' don't mix

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 09, 2014

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... shops down I discovered what looks like Venetian bread pudding. These two things don't mix. Even though I didn't buy the cake I will never look good in a dress like that - some facts are immutable. Oh well at least I'll never have to live on air, coffee & a salad I shuffle round my ...

A Day of Adventure and Rest in Padova

A travel blog entry by lwesolow on Jun 06, 2014

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... in Italy. As a bonus, there was a political rally for a cabinet election. They had quite a party with music and beer. So we were treated to some great music and people watching. We have to admit we were equally entertained by the canines. They went everywhere with people and were really well behaved. For our slow day, we walked 8.7 miles. We planned on an early start in the morning because we had a 8:48 am train to Milan to Ventimiglia to Nice. ...

Days 15&16: Padua

A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 27, 2014

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... with the number of mins to ETA. Plus trains are better than buses so I'm biased that way. But if you use google translate for vaporetto you get water bus or ferry, so I guess it's more of a bus :(

For some time now I've been wondering where the industry was in this city. And commerce etc. Finally I get to see it as the train goes past the scummy parts of Venice. I see housing commission-esque flats and factories. And I finally see cars and ...

Buon Compleanno! Also, some lessons learned.

A travel blog entry by sarabierman on Dec 03, 2013

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... a kiss on each cheek. I am sure that the first couple of times I looked a bit stunned, so folks explained it to me. Lesson 4: People at work who hardly know you kiss you on the cheek for any celebration. Another thing I didn't realize was that the prosecco was supposed to be drunk with the pastries at 9:30 in the morning. Lesson 5: Prosecco is a morning drink, even when at work. That was explained to me much later after I'd left it in the ...