Tulip Inn Padova

Corso Stati Uniti 54, Padua, Veneto, 35127, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Padua

    Famous people and places

    A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 19, 2014

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    We packed our bags again and headed towards Venice via Padua. We stopped in Padua and picked up our guide and firstly we had a tour around the walled city by bus before we were dropped off near the city centre. Padua is a walled city 3000 years old. In the 1600's it was rebuilt after several changes of occupation and had a population of 30,000.
    Padua is surrounded by a u shaped river and they built a canal to complete the water around the city to ...

    Days 15&16: Padua

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 27, 2014

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    ... screens with the number of mins to ETA. Plus trains are better than buses so I'm biased that way. But if you use google translate for vaporetto you get water bus or ferry, so I guess it's more of a bus :(

    For some time now I've been wondering where the industry was in this city. And commerce etc. Finally I get to see it as the train goes past the scummy parts of Venice. I see housing commission-esque flats and factories. And I finally see cars and ...


    A travel blog entry by jarvis07 on Jun 11, 2013

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    Today when we woke up we got ready for a big day of walking in Venice. Venice is quite a unique city because most of the roads are canals and most of the cars are boats. Venice is really beautiful and we spent a whole day there. We took the train from Padua to Venice and then took a ferry up the Grand Canal (the main street) to San Marco where we started a tour of Venice that ...

    Boats, Bums and Bellinis

    A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan on May 27, 2013

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    ... had an incredibly steady hand. Our journey back was equally as entertaining when we found ourselves literally surrounded by a very large group of extremely loud French teenagers with no awareness of personal space. It was a very long journey.

    One of only downsides to the trip was our decision to visit Lido – an island with a sandy beach (a novelty, we thought). After what felt like miles and miles of walking, we eventually got to a completely deserted beach (sadly ...

    First day

    A travel blog entry by germangirl on Sep 29, 2012


    ... in the kitchen, no towels no soap to wash the dishes, no nothing.
    I found a pot and one plate to cook dinner. yeah.
    So the plan for today, after taking the test, is to go out and buy all kitchen stuff, so I can eat.
    It's hard at the beginning, because my italian isn't that good, but so far I was able to communicate somehow and get everything I want, but no internet.