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Sirmione is on the tip of a peninsula that juts out into Lake Garda. We rode around the lake (see riding adventures) and found our hotel nestled in the old town facing out to the lake. It is a perfect place to spend the night. We headed out to see the 13th century castle, saving the roman ruins for the following morning. We walked through the old town which is quite reminiscent of Venetian architecture of the 15th century. For dinner we picked a place on the ...
... so extraordinarily special are the incredible frescoes by Giotto, which have guaranteed the artist's immortality, if not his patron's place in heaven.
It is probably a bit crass to describe the magical and revolutionary Giotto frescoes as being a bit like a comic strip. There are two narratives laid around the walls, one telling the story of the life of the Virgin Mary, the other telling the story of Jesus; both laid out in a series of comic-style panels. With the ...
... so warm and cosy. Anytime we do any washing our clothes dry so quickly - It is no wonder all of us feel so dehydrated most of the time. We wandered around the market stalls at night and loved all the Xmas lights in full display. It Definately is a special time celebrating Xmas in Europe and in the cold. Tomorrow we will have a big day in Florence - the land of art, architecture, and music. In fact all of Italy is a bit like ...
... a pool and spas and bar aswell as a small supermarket so it was set up really well. I was feeling Nader the weather quite a bit from all day on the bus and so my room mate Kate and I went and checked into our little cabin and promptly fell asleep, however we left the door open so when we woke at 7 to go to dinner everyone had seen s sleeping lol. When I did wake up for dinner I came ...
... when we visit famous sites, the Basilica was partly covered in scaffolding. To the south of the square is the Doge’s Palace, next to the canal. At the rear of the palace is a small canal, over which is the Bridge of Sighs, which connects the palace to the adjacent prison.
We had decided we wanted to go to Burano, an island in the lagoon north of Venice. The primary ...