Hotel Patavium

Via Beato Pellegrino 106 , Padua, Veneto, 35137, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Padua day 4

A travel blog entry by jarvis07

... a mote which in the medieval times was the city's first line of defence. We walked through the town which wasn't very big and then walked around the wall which was one and a half kilometres and two metres thick (I don't know how high). We then had an ice cream (I don't think I've ever had so many ice creams in such a small period of time) and caught the train ...

Walking Around Padua

A travel blog entry by cncadventures

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Our mile walk to the train station goes by fast. We board our train for Padova and it is packed. We walk through several cars but they are all full so we back up one car because it was a lot cooler with A/C going then the rest of them. This train ends in Venice so I thought it might be crowded and unfortunately I was right. Halfway to Padova, a lady gets off so Carol grabs a seat. We reach Padova and get our bearings. First to the tourist information office where I ...

Delirium and Panorama

A travel blog entry by myranda

90

... absolutely no sense. Then again, they may have made sense and I just didn't understand. Likely.

Kristen and I set off through the neighborhood, wandering somewhat aimlessly. It would have helped if I had known what a bus stop looked like beforehand. We found a friendly italian man who didn't speak a word of english but made strong effort to assist us in locating panorama. With his directions, we found a bus stop.

We ...

Visita a Venezia

A travel blog entry by jfinn

25

... to San Marco's square. We were trying to catch a water taxi to take us to islands off of Venice, Murano and Burano, and we had thought we would be able to catch them from there. Turns out we were wrong, and we had to make our way to the correct spot to get the taxi.

It turned out getting to the taxi station that would take us to the Islands was quite simple, and by 1 we were on our way to Murano. Murano is most famous for their blown glass. Liz informed me that it is ...

Getting Lost in Venice

A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels

2

... with a multitude of colour in its marble exterior, its famous Greek Horses overlooking the square, and its towering Camanile (bell tower). The basilica was built in a number of stages, predominantly between the 10th and 16th centuries. Also contained in this spectacular square are the Procuratie Vecchie, Procuratie Nuove and the Clock Tower. Napoleon is said to have called St. Mark's Square "the drawing room of Europe," ...

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