Tulip Inn Padova
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We aren't quite sure how it was put there as it is far too large to fit in through the doors.
We trekked across town to the Basilica Di Sant'Antonio after walking through supposedly the largest plaza in Europe. St. Anthony is the patron saint of children and we bought a small souvenir to use as a Christmas tree ornament. I think the highlight of the day came after a our walk back across the old town to the Civic Museum of Eremitani which includes the Chapel of ...
... They sadly had to go before they got to light the candles. It was amazingly hot after the cool of the church. It was time to go back to the hotel but by trying to squeeze in one more lovely square it was clear dehydration wes setting in. I am ashamed to say they took shelter in "The Old English Pub". It looked right but the beer was not what was expected. The pint of water went down a treat. They made it back to me in one ...
... in Italian only) explaining that you can't take bags into St. Marks. The only helpful thing about the sign is that there is a picture with an arrow showing where to take your bag. I was hoping to get away without checking my bag which is fairly small for a travel bag. Women with purses bigger than my bag and even people with backpacks were exiting the church so I'm not sure how they determined which bags could ...
... it was "safe travels" and into our seats. The scenery gradually changed to rural farming until finally the mountains disappeared.
Arrived at Venice around 1500 and after buying a Venice Card and 24 hour public transport card each, we headed off to find our horel. The reason we only got a 24 hour card was there was going to be a strike on Friday, so no public transport at all then.
Found the Hotel Matre without any problems and climbed a short flight ...
... the piazza, viewing the exterior of the church (not certain why the skulls prominently on top?) and then the gardens and castle. Este was once a capital in pre-Roman times, razed by Attila the Hun, then rebuilt with an imposing castle in the 14th (approximately) century. The walls and tower remain prominent, and the large gardens were donated to the township long ago by a family who purchased the castle and grounds. As a ratio to the tower size, the town has the largest clock on ...