Sheraton Padova Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
Travel Blogs from Padua
Started with breakfast, took taxi to train station, 15 euro, got round trip ticket from Padova to Venice 12.50 euro. Took train ,, no conducted took are ticket or push them, it was crowded at train station there was 6 cruise ships in, we walked everywhere, to Rialto bridge to st mark square, ate lunch brunch at a great restaurant , Tavernetta San …
Left florence around 0930, , took us awhile to get out of florence , we finally took A11 north to bologna and made to Padova around 2 pm, Treena had headache, so she stayed at hotel room why char and I explored the town, nice area, Had dinner at the bar,, meet Erica the bartender at the Sheraton bar, very nice, we had Bristo menu, char had burger me ceased salad, TC pizza., 77 dollars for dinner
The next morning we set out on another Sunday ride and our choice was to take the direct route from Verona to Vicenza even though we knew it was going to be on a pretty busy road. We assumed, correctly, that on a Sunday there would be fewer trucks (almost none in fact) and fewer cars (hard to tell but it was manageable). The ride was 54 km by the time we reached our hotel, Due More, and we made it by 1 pm. That gave us the afternoon to check out ...
... between the Venice lagoon, the hills, and the foothills of the Alps. They represent one of the most lively and dynamic centres - culturally and economically - in north-east Italy. A city with a great tradition,Padua boasts famous monuments of enormous historical and artistic interest. The classic town route offers the opportunity to visit the most interesting monuments and places in just one day. It starts from the ...
... We waited in line for about 20 mins for the no. 2 fast ferry to San Marco Square, although we were only going to the Rialto, but we didn't fit on that one, partly due to lots of queue jumpers. Then a few minutes later one came just for the Rialto stop & we joined about about ten others on that one, which gave us nice views along the Grand Canal. We headed back to the markets area, with lots of fruit & veg stalls then further on was the amazing seafood area. We ...