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Travel Blogs from Verona
... the island that showed the location of the supermarket. With the map I managed to get lost within three minutes, luckily I had the kids with me, Max looked at me like I was an idiot and took the con. He led through at least 6 alleys and 2 bridges where he gives a “tada” before he even rounds the corner to reveal the supermarket. More impressive still was getting us back to our apartment without retracing his steps through my “lost” section - we got back ...
What a lovely place, oozing architecture and old Venetian style - it was lovely! We drove, it took around 40 mins and headed straight into the tourist area. Parking was limited & after asking (we didn't want another tow truck!) a helpful couple on their moped showed us where to park in the centre. We were right next to the street where it is said that Juliet's balcony is (although I gather the balcony was built in the ...
Verona is a beautiful, wealthy, historical city compact enough to see a lot in just a few days. I, like everyone else, made the pilgrimage to see Juliet's balcony as that is what most people think of when they think of Verona. The absurd part is that while there were two politically opposed families and legends of a tragic love story, Shakespeare was the third person to write the story and is obviously the ...
... and an incredible use of the wider spaces of the Arena (including beyond the stage and into the Arena seats) throughout the performance. During the regular intervals, ragazzi roamed our cheap seats plying the punters with 'birra, vini bianchi and vini rossi'. The Romans know how to do stuff. All this was great. Now we would be exaggerating if we told you that we had much of a clue about what was happening for most of the time, and ...
... harbour would be good.... By the time we got back across the lake the wind was now strong, we had taken in a lot of sail and the waves were building. Soon the engine went on and the sails were down and we were heading for home. We had a rather exciting time picking up our mooring buoy but soon a very welcome rib arrived to take us to shore. In fact Charlie stayed aboard to help the boat man moor up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking