Hotel Villa Alberti
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Scrovegni, the city museum, St Anthony's Basillica and the Prato Della Valle, a wonderful eliptical island park surrounded by a canal and 82 statues of distinguished citizens and former students of Padova university. The visit to the Cappella Degli Scrovegni was really interesting as it houses the most complete works of renaissance painter Giotto. The frescoes are over 700 years old and the colours magnificent. To ...
... doing the countdown and drop successfully. For me she videod me getting the countdown, then waited for me to react to the faked countdown, and just as I gave her a knowing laugh she dropped me, perfectly surprised :)
By lunch today we were rounding the bottom of Greece (I guess) early on during lunch you could hear a thunderous rupture heading across the ship as two fighter jets crossed first at the stern and 5 or so minutes ...
... back we got some gelato, I chose snickers and straicticella. Gelato is a wonderful invention, so much better than ice cream. That night we went on a gondola ride, tried to time it with the sunset but it did not work but it was still a good time and so cool to do. Our guy was nice and showed us important buildings and what not. We took some pictures with the sunset when we were done and went to a different side of the island where there were very few tourists and much much ...
... 8217;t get to see it. It closes at 2pm on Mondays and we were too late. Instead we ate our lunch as we walked through the narrow winding streets to catch the ferry to Fusina. We did a side trip over the Rialto bridge without succumbing to buying anything. Once again we mistimed our arrival – we were too tired after walking nearly 5 kilometres to hurry, so we let the ferry go without us and sat at ...
... had been adapted for a more modern time, judging by the cars and the outfits I'm guessing the 1960's or 70's. I didn't understand any of the words of course, but that's diversity for you, an Aussie, watching a French opera in an Italian theatre about a Spanish tragedy. And it was fabulous!
The way home was a bit of a challenge. I didn't get lost, but I was temporarily unsure of my location. I made it a vaporetto stop (which may or may not have been the one I started ...