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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Padua
... secret piazza! This place is the bee's knees, so if you get a chance to go there do it! My mam was fortunate enough to stay here for a good few years before dad stole her and auctioned her off on Newcastle's black market and she still goes on about the place all the time! Padova is very cool, I have to admit... Tutto BON! Now however, it's time for a spot of waterskiing in Venice... Ciao for now, ...
... 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 ...
... Deck tour, who was staying at the site also, were having a masquerade party (as the masquerade tradition originated in Venice from interesting origins). As we sat there we noticed more and more people rocking up with fancy masks decorated in fine paint, feathers and jewels. Feeling a little left out, we decided to join their party. However, we had just one problem... We had no masks. After a stroke of genius by one of the lads, we raced off to the bathrooms. We were soon adorning ...
... give it all a go - antipasti, primi, secondi, and dessert followed by coffee. The restaurant was simple. Wooden chairs were surrounded by wooden wine racks. We sat close to the kitchen door so every time it swung open we could inhale the fleeting aroma of what was cooking. The house white wine was light and slightly fruity. Mom even gave it a try. Then we took the opportunity to sample the deal breaker in any ...
... we had to visit La Piazza San Marco, tour the narrow streets and sample the gelato. We found ourselves lost in a maze of alleys, flanked by old stone buildings and structures that looked as if they would crumple with the slightest touch. Rusted wrought iron railings and stone bridges were everywhere and the stale scent of seawater lingered in the air at every turn. We stopped for lunch, filled our bellies and headed out for a continued adventure that ...