- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... train station. Very crowded train and hard to find a place for luggage even though ours was very small compared to some others. The train goes finally to Santa Lucia in Venezia but we are getting off at Padova. Looking for hopefully a less tourist laden town for a few days! We made it one piece to Padova. We had to get off the train with a lady who had three huge suitcases, almost as big as Dani! Once we got out of the train station, we had ...
... parts, and failed to leave behind any cash. The church is also ...
... a variety of sauces, mushrooms and olive oil. note the picture of the "knob" of butter. There were about 30 tables in the restaurant, and every one of them had this great slab of butter on it - cholesterol sufferers would have had a heart attack!!
Tomorrow we leave Padua (and Italy) and head across to Croatia. Our first stop will be in Pula, a town on the Istrian Peninsula.
... the mountain I hopped on a train to Venice. Venice really lived up to my expectations. The charm of every street being like a back alley (minus the feeling of impending muggings), the rustic buildings lining canals, and gelato shops everywhere(!!) combined for a great experience. I tended to spend my days visiting the islands of Murano and Burano, famous for glass blowing and silk respectively, after seeing the basilica in St. Marks Square. Helpful tip - if you check your ...
... store owned by this incredibly proud, upbeat young guy who made all of the gelato himself in the early morning. The gelato was absolutely incredible, and the store also had some of my dad’s favorite candy handmade. Since my dad is the pickiest person ever to have lived, you can assume how happy he was about that.
The second store we made a purchase in was, of course, a mask store. I ...