Travel Blogs from Padua
... night however, as the bars here all close at midnight due to the local laws instigated to reduce noise pollution, many of the bars were already shutting their doors as we were arriving even though they still had clients drinking outside. The unspoken policy seemed to be that you left your glass outside the door when you had finished which to Caitlin and I seemed utterly ridiculous…if it had been Leeds this ...
... a service with fellow monks, the speaker did not show and he stepped in. He did so well that St Francis heard about it and asked him to travel and speak. He is known as a great speaker, miracle worker, and the finder of lost things. He died at the young age of 36 succumbing to an illness. The Basilica is a pilgrimage site and we saw many priests, nuns, and ordinary people praying and visiting his tomb. There are cards and letters stuck to the side from people who have prayers ...
... building that he was fixing up to be a residencia that had more less 2 huge rooms with 8 twin beds and another with a bunk bed and 2 more twins. It also had another room just outside of the kitchen, which was where his friend/ partner on the project, Roberto (Robbie) was staying. There was a tiny kitchen that was pretty much a mess, 2 more bathrooms and a small living room area. I dropped my stuff off and we went back out to meet up with his friend Pepe. We ...
Buon giorno! Venice is beautiful and unlike any city I've been to. There are no cars and the city is ran through canals and boats. Yesterday we had lunch at a restaurant and I had tagiatoli (flat wide pasta) w scallops and tomatoes, it was light and refreshing. Scott had spaghetti alla pesto, and I actually preferred this pesto over cinque terre's. We went to the train station after to reserve our tickets to Rome, then checked into our new hostel which ...
... to the 25 minute ferry from Fusina to Venice
After doing some laundry and cleaning up, we took that ferry to Venice. By this time, the weather had cleared and the sun was peaking out.
What can I say about Venice. It is as beautiful and unique as everyone says. The pastel buildings that reach right down to the water; the myriad of boats, gondolas, water taxis that swarm the canals; the quietness of the city because of the lack of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services