Albergo Antica Posta
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Day 3: Brescia, Sirmione, Riva del Garda, Verona Breakfast (included) and then a panaromic view of west coast of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. Possible taste the local wines and olive oils. Continue to Sirmione and the Sirmione Cape, visiting a castle and the Catullo's ruins during a boat tour. Free time for lunch at Sirmione and then travel on to Riva del Garda on the north side of the lake. Here we will note the Venetian style historic centre. Finally Tavel to Verona for the ...
... was built up into the mountain side with a long promenade along the lake side and a large square leading into narrow lanes with small shops and houses, to see if we could sort out using the credit on our Internet account to top it up before we leave Italy. We found the right shop and asked them to sort it out for us, they were just closing for lunch, come back at 3.00pm, a three hour lunch break, ...
... right path, this ended at some rocks that had ropes to help you to climb up them, Logan tried it out but didn't quite make the first ledge, he should have used the ropes! We returned back the way we had come, before long it was dark, we cooked and then I read whilst Les uploaded done photographs. It's given low temperatures for tonight so we set the oven to come on for a couple of hours during the ...
... the hill. Unfortunately visibility even worse today so after the effort of making our way up the hill we could not even see the water. Great villa's though.
Fast boat back, ferry home and we enter our warm apartment at approx 7pm, in time to cook dinner.
Como, well it is not what we expected, much more suburban. However, glad we came to experience and see how those with lots of money actually holiday.
Moving on to Turin tomorrow, stay ...
... a private museum where Mozino scrupulously collected and catalogued his travel memoirs, art pieces and souvenirs of the famous expeditions he participated in including the conquest of Mount Everest in 1973. after Monzino's death in 1988 in accordance with his will the villa was left to the Government along with a trust fund that today still helps to cover its maintenance costs. The figurines in ...