Majestic Hotel Toscanelli
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... and Egyptian artifacts in the museum. We then headed to the painting gallery and saw some beautiful renaissance art, including Giotto's crucifix that was originally in the Scrovengi chapel. At one point we had enough and decided to head towards the chapel...but the docents wouldn't let us stray off course and pretty much forced us to go through every exhibit. At one point we were nervous that we would miss our appointment so I figured out how to ...
... a highly ornamental chapel holds the body of Saint Anthony, and ...
... to come upon a graduation ceremony for a young lady. She celebrated with a wreath around her neck as she was picked up by her boyfriend. The other wonderful place in Padua is Palazzo Ragione surrounded by a broad piazza, Piazza Erbe. Palazzo Ragione has a large inner hall and it is said its roof is the largest roof unsupported by columns in Europe. Its walls are covered by frescoes and at one end a large reproduction of ...
... that run
every few minutes and go just about everywhere. We are heading to the fabulous Piazza San Marco(#2)about
seven stops from where we begin to use our 12-hour pass. This square has several important sites
to see including the Basilica(lines are way too long), the Campanile San Marco
(steps are way to much for us) and the Palazzo Ducale with its famous Bridge of
Sighs. Since we got delayed on the
vaporetti we missed our ...
... Because all of the buildings are colored—mostly a dark orange and red—the view is unlike that of any other city. I would say that, for the most part, sky views of Tokyo and Shanghai look about the same, but looking out on Venice was definitely a unique experience.
One of my favorite parts of the experience was the final water taxi ride from our hotel to the train station via the ...