Garni La Meridiana
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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 ...
Yet another frosty morning, the sun shine soon melted it where it shone. We drove along the lake side passing through some lovely little villages that had some very large mansions with lake frontage. Somewhere along this western side George Clooney owns one of these mansions, as it's in the guide book do you think he would let us in for a tour? We stopped at the first town we came to ..... a pretty ...
... 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 ...
... and met by Fabio who was most helpful. We are back from the lake but up very high so have great views down to the lake and across to the snow capped mountains.
Began the morning by walking along the waterfront to Cernobbio (suburb)and checked out many a glamorous villa high on the hill overlooking the Lake. Called in to a local trattoria which clearly feeds all the local builders so they were far from interested in us being in ...
... died. Various owners over the centuries ended with Guido Monzino , multimillionaire Milano businessman, who lived there during the later part of the 20th century. He was the first Italian to climb Mt Everest and was a modern day explorer who was also a collector. Upon his death he left the property to the equivalent of our National Trust, along with funds to keep it going for a decade! So it was a wonderful surprise to find it still furnished as ...