Ca' dell'Orto

via Francesco da Levanto, 52, Verona, Veneto, 37138, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located on via Francesco da Levanto, 52, Verona, is near Museo di Castelvecchio, San Zeno Maggiore Church, Verona's Cathedral (Duomo), and Gavi Arch (Arco dei Gavi).
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    Travel Blogs from Verona

    Juliet's balcony.

    A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Oct 11, 2014

    21 photos

    ... and passionate about hair. We decided that although we weren't hungry, we didn't want to go home just yet so we found a trendy and fairly happening wine bar, got a table in prime position for people watching in the main square. We drank more rose and nibbles on pizza bread, olives and crisps served by the restaurant. Many give nibbles when ordering wine to encourage you to stay, which of course you do. Italians enjoy wining and dining and can be known to sit in a restaurant ...

    Verona, Milan & Lake Maggiore

    A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 07, 2014

    3 comments, 69 photos

    Early morning stroll down to the pier for our last look at Venice on a water taxi. There are hundreds of bicycles left at the pier, and strangely, none of them are locked. Must be very trusting people in Venice. On the water taxi we pass by an 18th century flour mill that has been completely refurbished on the inside and converted to a Hilton Hotel with a swimming pool on top. The exterior looks just like it did so many years ago. We pass by ...

    The Borgo Rezidenza

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Oct 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and only German is spoken in the inn. It's only when we find out more about the history of this part of the world that we understand. The South Tyrol was Italy's prize for being on the right side in WW1 and then, twenty years later, Mussolini forced Hitler to agree to compulsory population exchanges (in order to boost the Italian-speaking minority) as his price of silence about the Anschluss. Apparently each successive ...

    Moneglia today Bardolino by tolls

    A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Oct 01, 2014

    25 photos

    Today we travelled from Moneglia to Bardolino, Lake Garda in northern Italy. We travelled through a 6 km one-way converted train tunnel to leave Moneglia. We missed the green light by 1 min and had to wait 20 mins before it was our turn!! It rained most of the 3.5 hours drive over fantastic autostrada's and it cost about €30 in tolls. We had such perfect weather over the last week we didn't mind ...

    Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?

    A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 25, 2014

    8 photos

    Today we got up and decided we would leave foe Genova, Italy where we are taking a Mediterranean cruise out on Friday. We went back and forth trying to decide the best way to get there. We were originally going to go back to Munich and fly out, but with Oktoberfest going on its very hard to find a place to stay, and we didn't know if we wanted to risk it having to fly standby. We finally decided we would take 3 different trains, but would get us into Genova that night. So we left ...