Hotel Padova Casa del Pellegrino
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... in Venice earlier in the week who told me she did this traditional Italian cooking class in Padua which sparked my interest. She had done a day of making pasta from scratch and also pizza from scratch. I had looked this cooking class up (Mama Isa) and thought that I would never make fresh pasta at home again (I have done it once, successfully making tortellini), but I kept scrolling and found that she also taught risotto and pasta sauces. I'd much rather learn these ...
... realized that the drivers here respect cyclists and don't treat them like they don't belong on the road, which unfortunately happens at home. Here in Ferrara there are cyclists everywhere, and lots of bike lanes. It is Italy's city of bicycles. It was about 5:30 when we arrived at our hotel, so we had some time to explore the area. There is a castle with a moat just two blocks from our hotel! It is called Castello Estense. This city still has much of the original wall around ...
After a great sleep we had a really nice breakfast in the hotel dining room which was included in our 60 pounds room charge.The best thing was the coffee, absolutely delicious, even though it came out of a machine - but we are in Italy after all. It felt hot (it was 31C) as we were packing the car and then drove to Venice, crossing the causeway and entering the port area. Derek dropped us off and went and parked in the secure area while we checked ...
... to the Rialto Bridge for dinner. We had pasta and more pasta ;p. I had the carbonara and John had bolognese. We then had to drag our selves back after the gluten attack for sleep. I have to say I love Venice, but not all of the small allays which make up all on Venice at night. I always feel like someone is following us at night, for it would be very easy to jump someone. I just need to get over it, for we are not in Philly ...