B&B La Cascina
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a pack up and quiet day. There was a monster thunder storm overnight and the rain was steady until mid-late morning. We decided to try and see what Raffa was like, it looked interesting from the road that we have frequently used on our way south around the lake. When we got there, we drove straight through, there was a lovely church but apart from that - nothing else....not even a gelataria!! So we headed to Salo instead and parked at ...
... out the proceedings for the day, we started on some retail therapy. The main shopping street in Verona is called Via Guiseppi Manzini and we headed that way. We got as far as Furla and I was enticed by the sale.....I found a nice new work bag in a fawn colour which will be a change from the standard black. It was a bonus that it was 40% off!! We continued down and found Zara, this time the boys wanted to go in and the two little shopaholics devoured ...
... we soaked up the atmosphere which was very festive. The music was playing and the live singers were good and people of all ages were there taking it all in. Hamish really wanted to get in the middle of it all and dance with the small contingent of little kids in front of the stage but is just at that age where he is now a bit self-conscious. We watched the band and the people for a bit longer and then made our way home. It was a lovely night and the weather finally fined up for ...
... of this world. The finale was a freshly cooked apple pie and two semi-freddo, one apricot and one strawberry - and we shared them all. Both boys said it was the best pasta and pork they had ever eaten. I drove home down the mountain, it was still raining, and because there was no icecream - we stopped at Gardone Riveria for one for the boys. Hamish was disappointed as they had run out of chocolate and tiramisu so had to settle for a white chocolate instead....definitely a first world ...
... restaurant that comes on the recommended list that is a bit further down the hill towards the lake. We will have to take the car but it is no more than a five minute drive. We have returned from dinner and the small village of Gardone Riveria was a beautiful setting for dinner tonight. When we arrived it was still bright sunshine so we wandered around the village and looked and the various options for dinner. On our way around we saw some of the ...