Alle Quattro Stagioni
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 7 - Thursday, 11th September, 2014
Due to the weather forecast for the next week being stormy and wet over much of the German, Austrian and Italian Alps, we decided that there was little point in driving around this part of Europe if all we were going to experience was low cloud, wet weather and poor driving conditions.
So we took the decision to go elsewhere in a ...
... That's about it. We lunched on the balcony, walked around the town, had some drinks overlooking the harbour and enjoyed dinner on the edge of the water.
As I write our bags are nearly packed and tomorrow we drive to Rome to drop off our car. We have 2 nights at the beach near the airport and then 4 nights in Bangkok before our flight to Sydney.
Took a couple videos-pictures really couldn't capture it. Shows each location on the grounds after it was used/when empty. We got there and hung in the front lawn, then moved to the courtyard and back lawn for appetizers. They were carving prosciutto for us... I have found the perfect wine. More later. For now I have to do something about the chlorine in my hair from the late night dip. Opera in Verona tonight. Kisses from Italy.xx Ps. Judd, there was a pedicure incident. ...
... of the lake is pretty much on a main road, and the speed limit varies from 43mph to 56mph, so taking the view in is much harder. A lot of the drive is through tunnels, although some of these tunnels to have arches on the lake side of the road so you can still see the lake. There are few points to stop along this road, so its not really a route to take if you want to take frequent stops like I did,. You do drive through some of the ...
... Medieval street, 'Sottoriva' (beneath the river bank). This street has a number of restaurants, including the 300 year old Osteria Sottoriva. Here, as in the days of old, the osteria serves Veronese classics like cavallo con polenta (horse stew with polenta) and vitello tonnato (veal with tuna sauce). Back then, this was the food for hungry workers from the boats plying their trade on the Adige River. But not for us this time, we preferred the very nice Il Banco where we ...