Abacus Bed & Breakfast
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... some time out to think about spending my battery-charging days in a quiet and beautiful city of north-east Italy, Venice. When I told my room-mate that I am going to Venice, he said "You could also visit Sirmione if you get some extra time". I looked it up on the internet, and after looking at the result I decided that I am dropping out Venice and going to Sirmione. Google Maps said it’s a place in kind of middle ...
... them to the Residencia before a well earned coffee.
Set off then for the river to the huge fortress complex as we wanted to use the free public wi fi next to it. After some trouble we managed to connect & send a couple of emails etc before wandering deeper into the old city where we passed several fine but closed, churches & a market. The buildings are wonderful & there are new views at each turn. We had lunch at a cafe & ...
... train there. Also because of my bike I can only take regional trains, which means they are slower and typically not direct. I arrived in Mantova a little after 2:00pm and it was a lot hotter then Rovereto. It didn't help that I had on all my warm, black cycling gear still from that morning. The walk to my hotel took about 20 minutes, which felt longer in the heat, and when I arrived there weren't any signs so it took me a little while ...
We got a later start due to a restless nights sleep. Nice hotel but noisy neighborhood around it. The weather however was perfect for touring Verona today. After breakfast at the hotel (coffee was strong!!) we set out to cover many of the sights we had seen the day before on our wine tour but did not stop and enjoy.
We started at the Arena di Verona. An old coliseum akin to the one in Rome but smaller. It is however the third largest in Europe. ...
... and cobbled streets it would surely take you breath away if you hadn't already passed through 20 similar towns in the last 10 days and didn't have an aversion to the millions of tourists in the main areas, bus tours, walking tours and and tour which didn't involve having your own spare time.
Anywhoooo....saw the balcony where Juliet apparently stole the heart of Romeo and he ...