Astoria Park Hotel
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... for a vino and birra and will have our soup and cold cuts tonight. What a great day. 2.11.14 Got up to another gorgeous and sunny day. Had breakfast and paid for our accomodation early, Vittorio showed me the old kitchen downstairs with the Pizza/Bread oven built in 1812 and still looks great. We headed off and drove to the hillside town of Montepulciano. Found a parking spot and walked up the hill into the historic centre. Very old buildings and ...
Today we went to Villa Di Catullo, which is an ancient castle left in ruins after many years. Apparently you are not allowed to stand any of the rocks, we found out when the boys were posing on a rock for a photo and we suddenly heard a woman madly blowing her whistle from 100m away yelling at them to get down! We had a coffee and ice-cream (kids have had more ice cream in Italy than they have had all year!) and then a look through the shops on the ...
... The number of cars heading into the car park was insane! This time of year Gardland is only open on the weekends. We got a map and it took us a little while to sort out the best way to proceed. As it was a really busy some of the wait times for rides were over 30 minutes, but there were express passes you could buy so that you could jump the queue. It was working out which passes to get for who which was tricky as the passes ranged in price from 12-50 euros each ...
Without such a rush
today and the weather being a bit wet, we walked back to the ferry
jetty to catch a boat to Desanzano to the west and on the southern
shore. This was another larger town with a marina again. The
weather just was not inviting today and put a dampener on our walk
around the town. We enjoyed a coffee in a pedestrianised street but
decided not to wait for a later ferry but to return to Sirmione on
passing by, steep sided rocky tree covered hills as the lake tapered
even more. Half an hour later, we arrived at our final port – Riva
del Garda. This town was substantially bigger but only marginally
less pretty as a result. It was the first that we had visited with a
proper marina, full of sizeable yachts. The water was freezing,
being fed from a tributary lake higher up in the mountains to the
west. Having seen as much as we wished, we sat near ...