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Usually after a long hard week, weekends are supposed to provide quietude. People look forward to put their mental batteries to charge-up during two days, so that it can run for the upcoming five. I am no different. After sitting for straight four to six hour long lectures and thinking about those hours for the rest of the day is what a Master's degree student in Milan usually does on a regular weekday. Although, one day ...
... a laundrette to wash our clothes. Put them in & then ducked back to St Zeno's Basilica, a huge Romanesque Gothic church with an extremely tall bell tower.
The interior was largely empty but it had some wonderful 14th century frescoes & in the crypt the Saint’s clothed bones in a glass case. It is a magnificent example of the early architecture with a fine cloister beside the basilica. Put the clothes in the dryer ...
... internal debate, I decided to take a train. My logic was that I would arrive there sooner and get to see the town more, and also not hurt myself but pushing too hard. Between not having done a ton of riding the last couple months and all the additional weight on my bike, I knew I wasn't going to be able to get through another 120km day.
The train took longer then I expected because I had to transfer at Verona Porta Nuova and wait ...
... and we mentioned Seattle, the owner said that he knows Rick Steves who indeed has visited his restaurant. Very proudly he brought out his tablet to show us the video clip. Wine was poured with a very unique aerator that is hand blown glass from Italy. When Kathy asked where we might get one the owner said he would sell us one. Another souvenir of our trip!
Verona has been a lovely stop and one to recommend for a short stay en route to Venice.
... pastas, tapenades, pestos. Luckily they didn't really do re-fills cause Hungarians do know how to clean out any food ... This is the only place we actually bought some pressies. Chilli Olive oil, pesto and little chillis filled with cream cheese and tuna.
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Verona is a charming Italian town and home to the famous Romeo and Juliet. With lots of history, ...