B&B Hotel Mantova
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- TV Channel One Russia
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Travel Blogs from San Giorgio di Mantova
Yesterday we had booked a tour to Verona, but because Al was heavy with cold we cancelled...no refund, c'est la vie. Today we did go to Verona...by public transport. Al was feeling better in the morning, but got worse as the day rolled on. It seems Verona's claim to fame is the Romeo, Juliet story. So we visited Juliet's balcony, along with hoards of other tourists. There is a statue of Juliet where folks get their picture taken. Now it seems that ...
Liz caught a head cold while we were in London, but thankfully it didn't last more than a couple of days. Not to be outdone now I have one, and I feel totally ******. I am hoping this too will go as quickly as it came. We had booked a day tour to Verona but it is wise to stay close and rest, besides we have beer, wine, nuts and chocolate Swiss rolls. After much rest and sleep Alan ...
... but fortunately for us, that's heading in the opposite direction. The room isn't ready (too early) so we walk the couple of kilometers into the old part of the city and spend the next four plus hours wandering around the cobbled streets. The old town is very pretty with its ancient buildings. There are lots of trendy (ie expensive) boutique shops and plenty of restaurants with outdoor patios. We ...
... Europe. Before our stop in Verona we stopped at a truck stop for lunch of four vegetarian salads prepared by the Topdeck chefs. Verona was a lovely city which we only got to spend one to one and a half hours exploring. When we got off the coach we were almost immediately approached by selfie-stick sellers. We saw the fortified wall, another smaller ...
... we stop people are heading for the shade. From here we make our way through the Mincio river valley until we reach Sacca where the road suddenly becomes very rough gravel. Some of the group find this rather difficult and after 4km of it are very glad to be back on smooth asphalt. At this point we meet up with the path that arrived on yesterday, and followed this path back to Mantova where we had our lunch by the lake, before heading back to the ...