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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sagittario Padua
Travel Blogs from Padua
... there and were the first ones there a little after 7. We sat on a lovely patio. Most Italians don't eat until after 8:30 pm so we had the whole place to ourselves for a while. We both ordered wine (a Vapolicella for the mama and a Rose for Dani). Danielle ordered roast beef with rosemary and I had a spicy lasagna. For desert we had a pistachio creme dish which we shared. The food was fantastic. It was a lovely way to celebrate our ...
... when I said I was travelling for 5 months. He said he lives near Venice and moved 11 years ago. He proceeds by giving me his business card and says to call him if there's anything wrong "I'll be there right away". I don't tell him that I don't own a European SIM card. I bump into him again much later 2 floors up and during this interaction he called me baby twice. "I have this Sunday off. Let me know if you would like to do something."
Later on ...
... all sizes there must be some etiquette to how they navigate the waterways or there would be accidents everywhere.
On exiting the Gondola I reached for my trusty map only to realise I had lost it. I think I left it at the Irish pub. Well I had no choice but to find my way home blind. Inside of two minutes I found the vaporetto stop Giglio, which is the first stop I had to get off at on my way to the opera last night. No dramas, I'm not getting lost here, Venice is my ...
... came across a hotel bar that did some. Grumpy bloke served us, saying "order by the number on the menu"! Anyhow, was ok for lunch.
Moving on, it was back to St Mark's Square and around the corner to the Doge's Palace. I think the Doge was the head of the Basilica and this was his residence. Amazing beauty, opulence, history and a reminder of how tough life would have been for enemies of the state and thieves etc with the prisons included in the areas you can see. Every ...
... through Venice. There is a lot of squares and each one had an old well and some of them you could still get water out of it. There was a lot of small lanes and alleyways. During the second half of the day I got a bit bored so Mum taught me to map read so I could lead the way. At the end of the day we caught the ferry to the train station and then caught the train back home to ...