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Travel Blogs from Padua
... shame...almost. With the lifestyle this place has and all the amenities right at your doorstep it really is somewhere I could happily move to and live at for the rest of my days! Special thanks to my hosts whilst I was there Anna, Roberto and Giacomo. Especially Giacomo who introduced me to half of Padova in less than a week! I'm going to miss jetting around on a scooter and sipping some wine ...
... back to the room since we were both hot and tired. Great recipe for a meltdown. The room was nicely air conditioned and had very dark modern furnishings. We both rested. I figured out the tram stops so we headed out for our appointment at the Scrovengi chapel early to give us time in case we got lost. We got there very quickly on the tram and checked our bags. We decided to walk through the museum prior to going to the chapel. There were ...
... all day. So, we agreed that because we got a food discount card from the reception, we would settle in to our little private bungalow and meet back at the restaurant for some dinner in a half hour. We met as agreed and thawed out over a meal of calzone and red wine. We talked with Ben and took a liking to his fun and happy-go-lucky personality. After our meal we moved rooms to the bar where we had a beer and a few games of 8 ball.
Later that evening we discovered that ...
... pieces of pizza and later sat down to have coffee. Then there are the infamous pigeons that will come into a cafés rather you want them there or not. But there is something poetic about the acceptance of this and carrying on. Some things cannot be altered or changed, and that is okay.
All of us enjoyed a nap before preparing to go to dinner. Our reservation for the evening was at L'Anice Stellato. We ...
... at the thought of dipping his "behind" into a mini butt-bath. Anyway, we all slept like logs and were off to visit the 170 little islands known as Venice. Since the train was much faster, we decided to take a bus, then train to Venice in order to avoid any confusion with parking and traffic. The trip was quick and smooth. What a fascinating city! We walked, and walked, and walked. The kids were amazing, walking 6 hours all over Venice on this day. ...