Tulip Inn Padova
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Tulip Inn Padova Padua
Travel Blogs from Padua
... br> The visitor is only allowed fifteen minutes inside the chapel, so there is a frantic bid to see everything, to take in all the detail. It is a desperate race against the clock, so little time to appreciate so much. We were supremely lucky, because first thing in the morning, there was still some slack in the numbers, so we were given a further fifteen minutes of wonderment. It is incredibly hard to turn your back upon such glory and walk away.
Somewhat stunned, ...
... quite a bit. I chose 2 risottos-garlic & parsley as well as tomato risotto. For the pasta sauces I chose bolognese and carbonara.
I arrived at Mama Isa's apartment which was of moderate size and decorated with bits and pieces from around the world. Her classes were all done in her own modest kitchen and it felt very, very homely. She asked me where I am from and when I said originally Sri Lanka she gasped and said she absolutely loved the place. She had ...
... nice actually and I took a few bottles home with me.
Then at night I went and got some "take away pizza" it was quite nice and they put quite a few diffrent ingredience I wouldn't usally put on my pizzas but I now do and am showing people the new age of pizza
Then I got back to the hotel and had a few glasses of my dank wine.
... in Rovigo about noon. Just like train stations in Germany and Austria we then struggled with our bikes up and down stairs to get out of the station. Since it was noon, we found a grocery store and bought a few things for lunch. We would be crossing the Po River today, so Hans bought a bottle of champagne to have when we got there. When Hans, Laird and Eric did a similar cycling trip two years ago, Laird and Eric hadn't noticed when they crossed the river, so Hans wanted ...
... here made up for it. We went wandering around Venice such a great place and so many little alley ways full of shops you just get lost in there. There were seafood and fruit markets which smelt amazing and so fresh. We went on a Gondola Ride for half hour it was incredible such a great experience and so beautiful and romantic on the grand canal. They were pointing ...