Hotel Plaza Padova

Corso Milano 40, Padua, Veneto, 35139, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corso Milano 40, Padua, is near Prato della Valle, Caffe Pedrocchi, Palace of Law (Palazzo della Ragione), and Muggia.
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    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... and whilst the body had decomposed, his tongue had remained moist and pink. It must be said, that said tongue had not done so well in the subsequent centuries, encased inside the exotic and grandiose reliquary. It is now blackened and rather lumpen, but remains roughly tongue shaped. Also on show is his lower jaw complete with teeth, which had fared much better, looking like my Granny's false teeth. The cartilage of his larynx is, however much less identifiable. Again, much ...

    Day 3 of Venezia

    A travel blog entry by debcaruso on Apr 20, 2013

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    ... High Renaissance (1500-1600). The one I find very amusing and quite interesting was Veronese's interpretation of "The Last Supper" (1573). You stand a few feet away from this enormous canvas and it is a celebration in full swing. Everyone is dressed to kill in colourful silk and velvet robes. Veronese was hauled before the Inquisition (Church Tribunal) that punished heretics. What was the big idea of painting a "bawdy" Last Supper. Dwarf jesters, apostles picking ...

    Glad we went to Orta

    A travel blog entry by diff54 on Oct 04, 2012

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    ... inspiration to religious painters we have seen over the past week. There are ads to see Juliettes' tomb and her house; despite being Shakespeare's fictional character. The house has apparently been built to look like a house of the era of the story. Heading to the other end of the township and along the Adige River there was houses built to the very edge of the secured banks. The curving Adige provides a natural protective barrier hence the reason for the site being chosen so long ...

    Venice Day 1

    A travel blog entry by jakus on Sep 03, 2012

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    ... glass typically used to make blown glass ware.

    We left Murano and went to the Cimitero Comunale (Cemetery) on the Island of San Michele - located between Murano and Venice. It was a beautiful and peaceful place; a world away from the noise of the city. David Chipperfield (this year’s director of the International Architecture Exhibition portion of La Biennale) had designed a new extension to the cemetery, ...

    Living on Water

    A travel blog entry by mitulkapadia on Nov 28, 2011

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    ... of Venice. But its the small canals and bridges and unexpected piazzas that I love the most about Venice. It was great seeing the city through Nishas' eyes as it brought me back to that startled response the first time we came. After a few days wandering around the city and taking a boat ride along the amazing Grand Canal, we boarded an overnight train to ...