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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... his tongue. So, why not spend a fortune and put it on display?
... still be seen by students at the very back. Galileo taught mathematics from 1592-1610 at Padua and apparently may have described his happiest moments in life being when he taught here. I hate when places don't allow photography so instead I've just included the picture from the brochure here (same goes for the anatomy theatre).
The other super cool thing that I came to see at the University of Padua was their Anatomical theatre. It was built in 1594 and ...
... 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.
... with the sink in the open center and the toilet and shower on each side enclosed with a sliding glass door. While the toilet door is frosted glass, the bathroom still remains more or less a one-person-at-a-time space as the shower door is clear and gives no privacy. Bathroom storage is adequate with shelving on both sides of the mirror to hold lots of toiletries. There is also a shelf beneath the sink where ...
... most folks are not really concerned about staying "connected". People talk loud and they talk fast, and talk over each other, each raising their voice another decibel to be heard. As much as the atmosphere is more laid back in some ways, that feeling does not carry through with their driving habits, or how they behave in crowds. Most people are so intent on getting onto the tram or bus, they are not at all concerned with who they trample ...