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... called Cittadella.
Cittadella was originally founded in the 13th Centuary as a military outpost of Padua. The surrounding wall has been restored & has four gates into the town at roughly the points of a compass. We got there around 1pm & it was virtually deserted - of course the Italians close up for lunch / making little Italians between 1-3pm & we pretty much had the place to ourselves. Managed to find a cafe in the main ...
... had to stick to the little pavement left, else risk slipping on frosty mornings like today. Arrived to a clear sunny morning in Vicenza. Made the tourist info office by the Teatro Olympico my first stop. Had a marrochino and a cornetto standing up at a cafe near the Piazza del Signori on the Corsa Palladio. Entered the Teatro. An interesting exhibition on Oedipus the Tyrant, the theatres inaugural play. Left to see the ...
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... lived, "As long as you know roughly which direction you want to go, navigating these streets is actually pretty easy". Poetic justice, indeed. But it was a nice walk nevertheless. You'll be walking along these completely enclosed alleyways, houses and buildings rising high on either side of you, and you'll just suddenly come upon a picturesque little bridge over a tiny little canal, or a square with a water fountain ...