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The historic area of Verona is a short 20min walk from the stazione. We walk around past the 1st century Roman Arena and along a bit then find 'Casa di Giulietta' in a courtyard off Via Capello. It's right in the middle of the township - a 13th century Gothic style house - a bit touristy and slightly cheesy but ultimately fun and memorable. From the street you enter a small courtyard where there is a bronze statue of ...
Pat and Mary Margaret loved the glass. With that very little encouragement I give you more glass. This glass is from the shops on the island of Murano where the Venetian glass is made. You've got to work at it to get to the island. A long walk from the dock of San Marco on the south side of the main island to a boat launch on the north side and then a boat ride ...
... it has been the home of glass makers for 700 years. They are particularly famous for making glass mirrors. Our visit was both educational and amusing. You will find everything from paperweights, glass beads, knick-knacks, glass jewellery and a massive range of household glassware and ornaments. We were amused by the glass fish, candy and other items seeking an explanation! It was topped off by some breath-taking chandeliers of all shapes, sizes ...
... We ended buying a book that had the translation of what they we singing so we weren't too lost when it came to understanding it! We had been worried because they had said it was forecast to rain that night but we were lucky and it didn't! The next day we had decided to drive up to Bolzano, which was close to the Austrian boarder. Most of the people who live there actually speak German and the signs are in both Italian and German. It used to be an Austrian town before the War. ...
... would think this was a good choice for them?! Made for a relatively easy walk! Learnt a great deal about St Marco's cathedral and details about the people, culture and architecture. Forced to have a cold drink afterwards though overlooking a quaint canal, bummer. Ferried over to Murano to check out the glass blowing and artworks. It's a really lovely little village and much less hectic than the main island. Our motel is ...