Hotel Monaco

Piazzale Stazione 3 , Padua, Veneto, 35131, Italy | 3 star hotel

Travel Blogs from Padua

Ciao Florence! Adventures to Padova

A travel blog entry by lwesolow


... to take and the street names change quite frequently. When we got the to ticket office (finally), the lady gave me a scolding because I had ordered tickets for an adult and child. After she gave me a lot of grief, we got our tickets and Padova card. It turns out you can only order the ticket for an adult and child online, but I'm sure she enjoyed yelling at the dumb American tourist (who really isn't that dumb). There was no difference in ...

Padova continued

A travel blog entry by apopples


... on this special day for the locals, and the large town square was filled with an enormous array of market stalls which we spent the morning browsing. Late in the afternoon, once the weather had cooled a little bit we visited the world's oldest botanical gardens, created by the university over 500 years ago. Finally, after dinner, we finished the day with a visit to the funfair and ...

Wk 4 Stop 12: Venice

A travel blog entry by olnail


... but not after my compass led us into a couple of dead ends into the canal (having happened several times before we now knew that if we could find the Rialto Bridge using the signs then I could get us back to our hotel) we went for some Prosecco while we tried to figure out what we were going to do the next day as our time was up in Venice and we hasn't made a reservation in Cinque Terre yet- nomads we were destined to be. We had all but out the plans into play ...

If shakespeare could see the place now

A travel blog entry by diff54


... was the first to paint emotions realistically in facial and body expression, and the use of outlining in pure colour and multi layering of paint and render to build the effect. The market area for clothing was part of the centuries old produce market under and beside the Palazzo Della Ragione. Built in the 1200's as the civic, political and economic heart of the city. It is suggested that it originally was the site of a Roman Forum. It is huge. The walls have; ...

Our day in Venice

A travel blog entry by markturner


... for me. Having never worn a watch I felt very sophisticated and classy and kept telling Holly the time. Dinner was then had a lovely little place that was off the tourist path. We had discovered that everything that followed the main veins of Venice was always stupidly expensive and generally pretty ****. So we found a lovely little family owned restaurant and had a lovely meal while chatting to an Australian/Italian mother who was taking her Tuscan mother out for a trip ...


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