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... there and were the first ones there a little after 7. We sat on a lovely patio. Most Italians don't eat until after 8:30 pm so we had the whole place to ourselves for a while. We both ordered wine (a Vapolicella for the mama and a Rose for Dani). Danielle ordered roast beef with rosemary and I had a spicy lasagna. For desert we had a pistachio creme dish which we shared. The food was fantastic. It was a lovely way to celebrate our ...
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For our last day in Padua we spent the morning packing up
ready to catch the train to Rome the following day. Once we finished
packing we went to the fruit markets and bought some fruit. We then went
to the train station and caught the train to Cittadella which is a town
that has a medieval wall around it that is still intact. When we got
there we discovered it also ...
... factory where they are doing a 'show' of how they blow glass. At the end of the presentation the glass blower throws the carafe he had made back into the glass kiln. At that point we leave and head through some of the streets of Murano. We need to go to another boat stop for the trip to Burano. Along the way we walk through residential areas and cross bridges and take photos. We finally arrive at a business street where almost every shop either sells Murano Glass or is a ...
... br> Bo Palace, the University was founded in 1222. Gallileo was said to have lectured here. There is also a large Anato y Theter, and unfortunately, we missed the tour. The Cathedral of Padova, in the Piazza Del Duomo was built between 16th and 18th century and is adorned with beautiful statues, none of which we were able to photograph. The Baptistry that connected the cathedral to duomo dates from 7th century. I just can't get over ...
... we visit all the hotspots in the city: the Rialto bridge, Santa Maria Della Salute, Palazzo del Bovolo and the Frari Church, where along the centuries the best artists of the Venetian Republic - from Bellini to Canova - put their skills to good use. We finally arrive in Piazza San Marco, and looking at the ceilings of the church I feel already in Istanbul. In fact there are some objects from Byzantium in the building: the four ...