Del Sole Camp

Via per Rovato, 26, Brescia, Lombardy, 25049, Italy | Castle

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Free Optometrist's visit with every dessert.

A travel blog entry by twofoodies


... views of the ever growing modern area of Bergamo below. They checked into the Gombit Hotel, unpacked then hit the streets. Piazza Vecchia was busy with people enjoying the sun and admiring the building covered in floor boxes filled with pink and purple petunias. At the far end of the piazza there are two churches and a cathedral crammed into an area normally occupied by just one church. In front of the church is an ancient calendar and sun dial made from ...

Following in mum's footsteps

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey


... fortune in during her visits! I think we found the cafe with the dog on the corner of Piazza Vechhia (mum doesn't remember the name of the cafe), and there was a dog, but her name was Cleopatra.....

We enjoyed the beautiful fountain in the centre of Piazza Vecchia, the Venetian lion of St. Mark on the facade of the palazzo, and the other old buildings surrounding the charming square. Behind here, the Piazza Duomo was equally impressive, with the Duomo of course, as well ...

1560. Town with a View

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


Day 235 4 hrs, 4.9 kms Day totals: 16 hrs, 25.9 kms Finally the gorge widens up once again to a more productive livable geography. Partway up the slopes is the village of Sellero, which will be my last village of the day. From up here I can gaze forward and back to this wonderful civilization I ...

1559. Between the Cliff and the Mountain

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


Day 235 1 hr, 4 kms I really enjoy the next town, Cedelogo, a cozy little village sqeezed between the rushing river and a cliff. The city hall looks like a structure straight out of the early Middle Ages--and there's another stream cutting right through the middle of town. A pleasant little ...

1553. The Ancient Stone Engravings

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... like!" The alley tunnels under then stone houses, built at odd angle, and you're never sure if you're heading to a private courtyard or a public place. Mountains of firewood line the walls and the building reach out into the alley above you. Nadro is a real gem--yet there's not a single tourist in sight anywhere. There is a little museum and ticket office to a riserva naturale di incisione rupestri. After missing the one on Darfo Boario Terme, I'm not going to miss this ...


This castle, located on Via per Rovato, 26, Brescia, is near Lake Iseo (Lago d'Iseo), Rock Drawings in Valcamonica, Acqua Splash, and Bellavista.
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