Travel Blogs from Verona, Italy

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Bologna, Verona, Parma, Verona, Italy travel blog

Bologna, Verona, Parma

A travel blog entry by aussierach

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... visit to Italy, but decided against it due to the rain and risk of flooding and smelly overflowing canals. So I headed to Verona, again forgotting to prebook my tickets and catching the slow regional train. In Verona I decided to save myself the 2km walk ...

Verona, Italy, Verona, Italy travel blog

Verona, Italy

A travel blog entry by akawally

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... way is the intended direction.... Or maybe if they put them where I was looking. Anyway, despite our fumblings we thought Verona was a nice city. Very picturesque, with a rich history - the foremost attraction being an early roman colleseum, where ...

Romeo, Romeo, where for art thou Romeo..., Verona, Italy travel blog

Romeo, Romeo, where for art thou Romeo...

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... 't as good as Mrs. Furfaro's or Nuna's). The next day, we took a little walking tour and saw much more of Verona.  They have a little medieval style market set up displaying some of the crafts from centuries ago all using the tools from ...

Mmmmmmmm Pizza, Verona, Italy travel blog

Mmmmmmmm Pizza

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... . I almost cried !!!!! We drove past Modena, but I am not a Ferrari man so it did not bother me. In the morning, we arrived in Verona. We had been here before, so we headed for the Youth Hostel, drove the van in and put the roof up. This was the cheapest ...

transit, Verona, Italy travel blog

transit

A travel blog entry by jay29

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la serenissima, Verona, Italy travel blog

la serenissima

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... . Stuck with curfews, people snoring, pathetic breakfasts (bread and hot chocolate) and the like. San Giorgio, Venice Next was Verona. It's quite a cute town - got a river running through it, pretty churches and piazzas. Verona is famous for the ...

Italy, sadly, the end of 96, Verona, Italy travel blog

Italy, sadly, the end of 96

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... morning with everything frozen, including Lucy's contact lenses in their solution!!!!! We made the joint decision to leave and head over to Verona. Home of Romeo and Juliet. We drove to the youth hostel and for 8000 Lira per person, you could pitch you ...

fair verona, Verona, Italy travel blog

fair verona

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... with one of the nastiest characters of our travels backing up our photos, grabbed some of the best pizza we tasted in italy and hit the road north to Austria. roadtrippin to Austria The austostrada was carpeted in so much snow that even the ...

Verona...the city of Romeo and Juliet, Verona, Italy travel blog

Verona...the city of Romeo and Juliet

A travel blog entry by alexiastrawn

We are in Verona...it has been rainy here..yuk...we spent most of the day in a cafe stayign out of the rain. This is a really cute little town...we have met a girl from france and have been hanging out with here..she knows, english, french, italian and ...

Lunch in Verona!, Verona, Italy travel blog

Lunch in Verona!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... and quite exceptional.  So, we did enjoy our meal, very much!  It gave us the opportunity to have a taste of Verona’s cuisine and the experience was a very pleasant one. Since we had an hour of leisure time right after lunch, Michel and ...

Romeo, Verona, Italy travel blog

Romeo

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

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Good Food! We had the privilege of watching the Verona Fire Department teach children how to use a fire extinguisher. The firemen would bundle each child, no mater how small (some as young as 3 or 4) in an adult sized protective gear and walk them up ...

Gladiators Return Home, Verona, Italy travel blog

Gladiators Return Home

A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob

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... to the death! We ran into many school groups, some from Germany and France, not to mention Itlay. Like everywhere else, Verona was crowded. But the weather was perfect! We did the necessary tourist trips, and visited Juilette's house, her famous ...

Juliet's balcony in Verona!, Verona, Italy travel blog

Juliet's balcony in Verona!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... ; I guess I must have really needed my 'baby sleep’!     Three hours later, we were in Verona, a city with approximately 265,000 inhabitants and also a city awarded the World Heritage Site status by UNESCO because of its urban ...

Oh Romeo...., Verona, Italy travel blog

Oh Romeo....

A travel blog entry by samserpico

Day 18-20. I took the train to Verona to meet my friend Tyler. We spent the next 2 1/2 days in this cute little town. It had been the setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. We saw the balcony that was supposedly his inspiration and the wall ...

Opera Season?, Verona, Italy travel blog

Opera Season?

A travel blog entry by mviglianco

... was an opera season? I ate fettuccini here, it was simple and the best food I'd had in weeks. The train ride from Verona to Austria the next morning went through some of the most amazing landscapes I have ever seen. Definitely one of the highlights so ...

Milan, Verona, Italy travel blog

Milan

A travel blog entry by alyssa2012italy

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Woke up at 530 grabbed breakfast with cappuchino<3 and hopped on a long train. We hopped on the metro and got to the duomo, we bought lift tickets because both of our legs were in a lot of pain. We went through the church, couldn't find the lift of ...

Romeo and Redentore, Verona and Venice, Italy travel blog

Romeo and Redentore

A travel blog entry by chrisab14

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... was good fun, and bought some of the best rapberries I have ever tasted. So then I made it to the Arena. All of summer Verona holds an opera festival where you go into this ancient arena (many centuries old) and see elaborate operas, and everyone in the ...

Caprino Veronese, Caprino Veronese, Italy travel blog

Caprino Veronese

A travel blog entry by wardtrip

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Hi S3T, I am now in Caprino which is about 30 minutes away from Verona. We flew by plane from Malta today and we have driven from the Airport to our house. The house that we have booked 'comes with' 2 goats, 3 dogs, 5 cats, 2 geese and some chickens & ...

Verona, Italy, Verona, Italy travel blog

Verona, Italy

A travel blog entry by fminonne

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Romeo & ...

Qui mange Quoi? Verona, Verona, Italy travel blog

Qui mange Quoi? Verona

A travel blog entry by melissaandalex

I do not doubt that there are good restaurants in Verona, and I do not doubt that there are exquisite restaurants in Verona. Much like Menaggio, however, Verona failed to inspire our taste buds. Verona had promised so much more than Menaggio, with a ...

Romeo, o Romeo!, Verona, Italy travel blog

Romeo, o Romeo!

A travel blog entry by marelia

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... they say Shakespeare never travelled, even though some of his plays are set overseas. This clearly does not bother the people of Verona, who make a thriving business out of the city now famous for it's connection with the ill fated Romeo and Juliet. ...

Oh Juliette, Juliette, wherefore art thou balcony?, Verona, Italy travel blog

Oh Juliette, Juliette, wherefore art thou balcony?

A travel blog entry by aabr

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We left Venice this morning and headed to Austria.  By the time we got to Verona Italy, it was lunchtime and everyone was hungry, so we stopped in town to see if we could find the fair Juliette's home and get a bite to eat.   Shakespeare ...

Oh Romeo, Romeo!, Verona , Italy travel blog

Oh Romeo, Romeo!

A travel blog entry by annamarie16

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... in my life. To my right, to my left, they were everywhere, stretched across these long hilly fields. We went to Verona on a perfect weekend because they were celebrating their own Carnavale with costumes and a parade. When we were watching the parade, an ...

northern italy, Venice, Verona, Milan, Italy travel blog

northern italy

A travel blog entry by emilita

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after a wonderful christmas together, mum and i dived straight into the sightseeing, shopping, ...

Verona- Rachel's Story, Verona, Italy travel blog

Verona- Rachel's Story

A travel blog entry by einsinaminion

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... and personality and decoration. We enjoyed wandering the streets of Verona with an ice cream from the gelato in hand. Our B&B was beautiful. If you ever decide to take a trip to Italy and make a stop in Verona- go to Residenza Le ...

Wuh oh, Siena and Lucca, Verona, Italy travel blog

Wuh oh, Siena and Lucca

A travel blog entry by josiezim

... Valpolicella country. I've decided that in Paris and Rome I was touristing (though I recognize I didn't see nearly enough in either) but Verona is going to be relaxing time. Which I also recognize is ridiculous since I go on a cruise in less than a week. ...

Ah Fair Verona, Verona, Italy travel blog

Ah Fair Verona

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart

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... a treat of a late morning (7.45am breakfast, instead of the usual 6.45am!!) we headed of for the legendary city of fair Verona, immortalized by Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliette. What a dignified and quietly majestic little city it is. It has a sort of ...

A big driving day, Verona, Italy travel blog

A big driving day

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel

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... couple of hours drive on the motorway across the northern plain of Italy and around Milan but we made it to our hotel in Verona by 9pm. It was an older hotel, built maybe in the 1950's and had nice wooden furniture and felt very comfortable and european. ...

Verona, Verona, Italy travel blog

Verona

A travel blog entry by alyssa2012italy

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... i took pictures of the weird balcony scene ceramics. Sara got mad that Letters to Juliet was not at all set in Verona. Then I, being directionally challenged, went the total opposite way of everything and got us to castle vecchio and then I realized I ...

In fair Verona, where we lay our scene..., Verona, Italy travel blog

In fair Verona, where we lay our scene...

A travel blog entry by emilycthomson

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So its been a long time since I last blogged, soooo...what to tell.... We caught a sleeper train to verona which was an interesting experience: beds 2 metres above the floor, going 100+ miles an hour, going over extremely bumpy terrain tends to cause a ...

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