Il Vicolo Residence Aparthotel Verona
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... from Belfast and their Van Morrison pilgrimage. They move into the 'mini Jesus' and John and Sue check into a hotel around the corner.
John and Sue move into their apartment, 'Arena Dreams' overlooking the Arena.
Selle and Dan arrive by train from Nice via Milano - they are picked up by ET from the station. They are to bunk down at the ...
... too rich for my liking. I was fortunate enough to find a restaraunt that sells the same Bavarian bier that I had in Fussen, I was also "unfortunate" enough to learn that this particular bier was brewed and bottled somewhere in Italy...the Italians should stop making bier now, like right this second-it was a massive disappointment, something like a cross between a tooheys blue and a VB, with a weird metallic taste thrown in for some reason. As for ...
... next to a lovely British lady and had a good chat. The
atmosphere was electric and the setting sublime. Eventually the opera started
and it was such a spectacular. Four acts, 3x 20 mins intervals, a cast over 150
people which included singers, dancers, children and horses and donkeys on
stage. The orchestra and the maestro included about another 100 musicians –
Wow! The stage setting in the arena was the best stage setting ...
... ride and had the most entertaining gondola operator. Standing on the bow doing ballet/dance moves, he lost his footing and almost fell in! He was very friendly and made us laugh! Dinner was at a Venetian restaurant beautifully decorated with Murano glass chandeliers. After dinner we strolled through Venice, ...
... to Piazza Bra (seriously…not making that up because of the Juliet thing – it’s really the name of the square!). The plaza is very big, very beautiful, and on a warm, sunny day like today, it was busy with people everywhere. There was a large fountain and garden at one end, shops and restaurants along the sides, and the huge Verona Arena at the other end (it looks just like the Roman Colosseum, only much smaller). It was nice ...