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Travel Blogs from Brescia
... it was back home to await our 6 course dinner...
And what a feast:
1. cold meats and bread
4. Pizza (made from scratch!!!!!!0
5. bananas and melted chocolate
6. rocky road ice cream with hidden gummy bears
(wine and water also counted as 2 courses!!!)
Very proud of their cooperative, innovative and creative group project!!!
... the afternoon. Then out to dinner at the restaurant recommended by Paolo, Doana- it did not disappoint. After a delicious rombo fish dinner, we were given free desserts, assorted small mousses and then a free glass of lemoncello- service and presentation were above par!
... early! We enjoyed cappuccinos and dessert after nice hot showers.
That night we wandered through the town of Lazise looking for one particular restaurant, which we finally found, but it was closed, so we ate at an outdoor restaurant and had mediocre food, sitting next to smoking Germans. Lazise is a major resort town, many many shops.
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After bfast meeting we rode quiet shaded country roads meandering to the southern part of Lake Garda to the bustling town of Desenzano. We walked to Colombo restaurant for lunch, and had lunch at a restaurant on the harbor. Later we enjoyed gelato. Jan, George & I biked back to the villa. Roxanne took the van with two others to the villa where she enjoyed a few hours ...
... villages in Italy. Monica, the INN guest & owner had personally decorated each of the apartments that overlook the courtyard housing dining tables and a pool. Many of us sat by the pool, drank wine and listened to stories of some grandparents surviving the holocaust. Joe and Jan had an entire apartment, Roxanne and George had a two story dorm room type setting. Joe, Howie, Lorrie, George, Walter, Sue, Hal and Martha all got lost and had to reclimb ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility