Tulip Inn Padova
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Padua
... train station. Very crowded train and hard to find a place for luggage even though ours was very small compared to some others. The train goes finally to Santa Lucia in Venezia but we are getting off at Padova. Looking for hopefully a less tourist laden town for a few days! We made it one piece to Padova. We had to get off the train with a lady who had three huge suitcases, almost as big as Dani! Once we got out of the train station, we had ...
... parts, and failed to leave behind any cash. The church is also ...
Today is our last full day on the ship. During the morning we finished sailing the Adriatic towards Venice. Around lunchtime we sailed in to Venice, going in front of St Mark's Square. The views were wonderful! After we docked we spent the afternoon walking around Venice. We started out in St Mark's Square. The last time I was in St Mark's Square I was 10. It ...
... on this special day for the locals, and the large town square was filled with an enormous array of market stalls which we spent the morning browsing. Late in the afternoon, once the weather had cooled a little bit we visited the world's oldest botanical gardens, created by the university over 500 years ago. Finally, after dinner, we finished the day with a visit to the funfair and ...
... seats and passing around babies. And all three of the babies had their smelly diapers changed on the plane. Now, we know why people hate American tourists.
The good news is Venice is WONDERFUL. It is by far my favorite place we've been. I love the Italians. They're loud and crazy and full of life. Josh preferred the Czech people - they were a little more low key and nose to the ground sort of folks.
It is beautiful here. The canals and alleyways ...