Villa Schiarino Lena
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... There is also a garden/park on the tall rock right next to the shore, for which you have to find stairs to go up. The garden closes before sun-set.
I had an amazing time in this beautiful small town. I wish the same for everyone who visits it.
Best moments in life can’t be captured, but best places can be
By Sushant Tiwari
... amp; some trained but unrecognizable trees/vines all under netting. Villages & towns abound & the background of the hills & the mountains is most impressive. Back in Verona the bus dropped us off fairly close to home & after a light lunch we returned at 2.30 to read & snooze.
Jane went for a walk whilst Dick slept and came across yet another church & cloisters nearby with a queue for confession which you ...
My fear came true when I woke up this morning… I was so sore from the day before I could barely move! I dragged my butt out of bed, stretched as much as I could, then went down for some breakfast, hoping that I would loosen up after a bit. I got all dressed and ready to go, checked out at the front desk then rolled out. Since I didn't actually arrive on my bike, I had no idea where the trail was, and I was still incredibly sore. ...
... to the Monument cemetery. A truly different kind of cemetery from those in the states. A very large area with big headstones, mausoleums, monuments and photos of the dead. The Italians take funerals and remembering the deceased very seriously. Our last stop was at the kitschy Balcony of Juliette. Although a fictional character of Shakespeare, this is a popular stop with a balcony for the tourists.
The afternoon was getting late and our feet ...
We left our apartment in Lezzeno about 10:00am for our drive to Verona. The first hour required us to navigate the narrow winding roadway of Lake Como as well as the many cyclists out for a Sunday ride. Given we have no timetable, there was no need to hurry.
We drove about three hours including a couple of stops along the way. We arrived in Verona about 1:30pm at our hotel in the ...