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Travel Blogs from Padua
... was meant to be our next stop, our TomTom mate Ken and some navigational difficulties of the human and Italian signage system type meant we ended up elsewhere. Not to be put off, we recalibrated and journeyed to Asolo. One way streets in the old village almost had us out of town and giving up, until we chanced upon the central piazza. We found one of the few public seating areas that we have come across to have our picnic lunch. Being right next to an ...
... very interesting as the Frescos had been damaged over the years. It is controlled like the Last Supper with only 25 people allowed in at once, and a dehumidifying process. No pictures inside but if you are interested look it up and the art of frescoing which is very interesting in itself. We take the tram back to our hotel so we can relax a little before dinner. We decide dinner should be pizza and wine in the room so we head back to where we had lunch, where the owner is ...
How could we have forgotten Doge's Palace! In our previous blog we forgot to mention that before leaving to Bologna, and what we did for the majority of our second morning in Venice, was tour Doge's Palace. This place was HUGE! We made sure we got their first thing in the morning to avoid crowds and so we could tour around with the whole place pretty much to ...
... out and I feel very uncomfortable about it. Thankfully, I realise in the restaurant (as a large table is being put together) he is meeting his friends who are a colourful bunch of Itallians and they also have with them a girl from Hawaii and she is pretty much in the same situation as me. So we bond rather quickly. I agree to meet her in the morning and to go to the beach which sounds prefect for someone like me who is dizzy and has ...
... with a thin layer of cool mint whipped cream, sugar, and chocolate.
Some time in there was lunch at Pizza al Cubo, which is a really great pizza place that slices their pizzas into little cubes that you eat with forks. And dinner was at the best pizzeria I have ever been to, Mandrillo. Mmmm. I got one of my old favorites, the Malesia, with taleggio cheese, artichoke hearts, and mushrooms. Lauren got bruschetta and a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed