Hotel Ai Laghetti
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... would be a small Church , but oh no it is huge, it holds the remains and relics of St Anthony. Whatever your faith or non faith, you would be impressed with this church it was unbelievable, unfortunately you not aloud to take photos inside of the church.
After going round the church we come out had a lovely pasta meal and lots of coffee.
The following day we stayed in Padua for most of the morning ...
... because his head kept falling on my shoulder. I didn't mind this as much as sitting behind a very loud American couple, who were talking, not very quietly, to an Australian couple they had just met. I now know more about said American couple than I ever needed, or wanted to. He's 34, she's 38. On honeymoon. Been together 5 years.
When asked if they wanted kids he proudly revealed they were trying every night. She thought it would ...
... city important if you cathedral had them. It was very refreshing to escape the relentless crowds of Venice for a day and see an Italian city without major tourism. Also helped that showers came to cool the temperatures down to the 70's. We returned to find an almost empty Venice. The rain showers apparently chased most people out of town. Supposed to be sunny and high 70's again, so it will be ideal for our last day of sightseeing in Venice. ...
... assistantship program in Avignon so we talked for a while about our experiences teaching and living in France. March 6: I got a map from the hostel and started my venture through the city. As my roommate had told me the night before, "Don't worry. You'll get lost. That's what you do in Venice." I definitely got lost. The map wasn't detailed and streets weren't labeled very well. I felt like I was wandering through ...
... Looked in many shops, made some purchases. A hour and a half later of arriving in the city I came to St Mark's Square. The line to go into the basilica was very short, 5 minutes later I was in there. I had forgotten how marvelous the gold mosaiced ceiling is, unfortunately I wasn't allowed to take photos. The mosaic stone flooring is uneven- have watch where you are walking! The basilica is Byzantine style and was built for the resting place of ...