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Travel Blogs from Verona
Ahhhhh, Venice and Romeo and Juliette!
Today was another hot one! With our conference registration, we had the option of taking a hop on, and hop off double decker bus tour. It was good to see some sights, but we had seen most of them walking yesterday. We did go to see Juliettes house (Romeo and Juliette) and the infamous …
This morning we took one last water taxi ride to the Termi (Train station), after excellent caffe latte at Hotel Lux. The bonus of Hotel Lux was free flowing coffee, that tasted great! What a coffee find!
The train ride to Verona was uneventful, pleasant and quick.It is very warm in Verona and we took a cab to La …
Walk around the incredible arena/colosseum that is still functioning as a concert venue
Take the obligatory photo of Juliet's "Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo" balcony along with hundreds of gaping Japanese tourists
Have tasty homemade smoked salmon, ricotta & ciabbata lunch sitting on …
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We figured we only needed to spend 1 night in Verona as there wasn't a lot to do, plus the lack of any hostels meant we had to stay in a hotel (La Magnolia). We were right.
Got to Verona from Venice early afternoon and wandered …
... Venice was dotted with castles and citadels, all looking majestic on hilltops in the distance. In Venice the car drop off was just across the road from the taxi stand and within minutes we’re on the canals - magic!
Getting to our apartment was easy enough, lugging all our gear to the top floor made me appreciate shipping that carton of stuff home yesterday even more! On the way in to Venice we passed a super market. The guy that showed us our apartment gave us a map ...