Hotel Le Calandre

Address: Via Liguira 1A, Padua, Veneto, I-35030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Liguira 1A, Padua, is near Prato della Valle, Caffe Pedrocchi, Palace of Law (Palazzo della Ragione), and Muggia.
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Travel Blogs from Padua

-Are, -Ere, -Ire... Oy Vey!

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Sep 30, 2015


... you might expect in Englsh.
"Bianco" (white) = "bee-ON-ko"
"tocco" (I touch) = "TOE-cho"
"amiche" (male friend) = "ah-MEE-kay"
"cena" (dinner) = "CHAY-na"

I had the most difficult time with this today, at one point (unwillingly) holding up the class until Carla (our istruttore) was convinced that I had gotten it. I still have to think every darn time though.

Instance No. 3
I really wanted to make ...

Assisi to Venice

A travel blog entry by bern54 on Oct 02, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... High up behind the altar is a concrete block that contains the remains of Francis. Up in the body of the church another mass was underway. Outside, TV crews were setting up in preparation for the feast day on Saturday. The Maria Angelus Church down the bottom will celebrate the feast tomorrow, on the day of his death. Last year the Pope came to the feast day and spoke to the people, among them, just as Francis would have. The basilica is now owned ...

A Day of Adventure and Rest in Padova

A travel blog entry by lwesolow on Jun 06, 2014

9 photos

... service ongoing which happens almost every hour. The paintings and sculptures were very beautiful. They also have a tomb inside as well as some relics (including his tongue and vocal cords. Story is that they exhumed his body and found it was dust except for his vocal cords and tongue. We then headed towards the Botanical Gardens which are a product of the University of Padua. It was impressive how many different species of plants and ...

Days 17&18: Padua

A travel blog entry by dilushani on Mar 01, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... cooking, Isa's son, Marco, comes home from school. It's a Saturday and I was really surprised by this. I end up talking to him over our many dishes and it's really interesting seeing what it's like for a 17yr old kid growing up in Italy. For starters, formal education starts at age 3 in Italy and school is 6 days a week, but Saturday is a half day. How horrendous! And you generally go to school until 18/19. He tells me about the subjects he learns, and what he hopes to ...

Buon Compleanno! Also, some lessons learned.

A travel blog entry by sarabierman on Dec 03, 2013

14 photos

... She even had her own princess bed (aka, day bed/chaise lounge) although she preferred our bed for sleeping. We got into the city Friday evening in time to do some wandering around, check into the hotel, and head to dinner. We had a very nice dinner. The best thing we had was a plate of cichetti. Cichetti is like the Italian version of tapas or small plates. Sometimes you can get a plate of mixed cichetti (like we did for kind of an appetizer ...