Hotel Padova Casa del Pellegrino
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... of the Palladium style of architecture which influenced large mansions from the late 16th century onwards. Andrea Palladium used less expensive materials, restructured living spaces, built public buildings with Ancient Roman influences and documented his architectural concepts. These concepts have been used for hundreds of years. We toured the Palladium museum and his Theatre Olimpico. Dinner was in a traditional Osteria just outside the main old town. As our Greek tour ...
... pedalling with me Des could sit back and enjoy. Let me tell you he is a nervous passenger - kept thinking I was going to stack with the parked carsor knock him out when I hit the bumps. You have to remember that they drive on the opposite side to us so I had to adjust for that. Anyway, it was really pleasant even if I went down the wrong way streets. Most people forgive an older grey haired driver. This island is really pretty with lots of flowers ...
... 160;where there stand the Scrovegni Chapel, Giotto's masterpiece; Musei Civici Eremitani (the Eremitani Town Museum with an archeological section, and a picture gallery with works painted from 1300 to 1700 including Guariento's "Armed Angels", a Crucifix by Giotto, and works of art by Bellini); the Eremitani Church (that preserves frescoes by Guariento, Giusto de' Menabuoi and Andrea Mantegna); ...
... road we are travelling on is very famous from movies such as Casino Royale. And Johnny Depp was in Positano last year while Wayne Rooney got married there. Positano is the place to spot the rich and famous apparently. On the way he also pointed out mount Vesuvius, Sorrento, and Pompei. At the airport he asked if we enjoyed the trip, we said yes, then he asked for a tip. A bit of a cultural difference :-) The trip took an hour fifteen, ...
... next day was spent exploring three of the surrounding islands of Venice. The ferries for getting to and from these island were small old boats. They would cram as many people as they could on them and then when you thought you couldn't fit any more people on they would fit another large bunch. The boat rides were worth it as the island were just incredible. Murano Island is home to the Venetian glass. We toured a factory and saw the glass makers at work. The gift shops here ...