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... There is also a garden/park on the tall rock right next to the shore, for which you have to find stairs to go up. The garden closes before sun-set.
I had an amazing time in this beautiful small town. I wish the same for everyone who visits it.
Best moments in life can’t be captured, but best places can be
By Sushant Tiwari
We have returned to Italy after having a week of family time in London with David, Laura and baby Lucas. Our objective was to reach Trento and to visit the north-east corner of Italy. This region is home to the majestic Dolomites, a mountain range in the northern Italian Alps, numbering 18 peaks which rise to above 3,000 metres and cover 141,903 ha. It borders Austria and features some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes anywhere, with ...
After spending the morning wandering round Riva del Garda we travelled in to Limone sul Garda for a lovely wander round the cobbled streets and lunch. We had mussels and fish for lunch so in the evening we went to the beach hut for burger and chips and wine for ...
... has developed into the largest private Italian winery. It has now expanded into other areas of Italy as well as Virginia in the USA. This was a highlight of our trip. It was a true cultural experience. While we didn’t visit the vineyards, the guide recounted the company history, gave us a tour of the cellars, along with the museum and then it was time for dinner. We started ...
... got a feeling it won't be that long....
After breakfast we drove to Lake Garda and Gardone Riviera. There is not a lot here. It has a well know garden, the Heller Garden, which we visited. It was quirky and with lots of plants but the gardener clearly thought it was a bit dull and after a short tour and a nap we left to see the lake.
The place seems to be full of elderly German tourists ...