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All in all this was one of the most challenging and important assignment for the fledgling, but pacesetting Ernesto Tours (ET).
It went a bit like this.
John and Sue fly to Verona from Belfast and stay one night at 37 Stradone Porta Palio (the 'mini Jesus')
Ernesto and Maureena (have I mentioned those names ...
... all the warm and fuzzy but this place isn't cheesy. Romantic and charming is how the Italian people are. At least if your wanting to visit Venice, do yourself a favour, stay in Verona. (Melissa). Verona is relaxed and easy going, if a little pretentious at times. The historic buildings, ancient city defences and ruins that are wide open to be explored, climbed on or crawled through are fantastic. The food is pretty good, although I must admit ...
... now organized – if you need to callLina from a mobile number on +39 3315370411
and from a landline on: 0011 3315370411And Craig on +39 3667255486 and from a
landline on: 0011 3667255486.
We have come home for a rest before tonight’s opera – most excited!
We certainly needed that rest because it was a very long and AMAZING night. The shuttle picked us up at 6.30pm. Dropped us off just outside the city walls. ...
... ride and had the most entertaining gondola operator. Standing on the bow doing ballet/dance moves, he lost his footing and almost fell in! He was very friendly and made us laugh! Dinner was at a Venetian restaurant beautifully decorated with Murano glass chandeliers. After dinner we strolled through Venice, ...
... t convinced. "Well that's what they call a spritz in Venice.", he said as a last ditched effort to succeed, only to be shot down with, "You're not in Venice, you're in Verona, that will be six euro please."
Then when Battery Boy went to the cashier to pay she spoke to him in English, he replied in Italian and the cashier apologised for not realising he was Italian, thinking he was English. She gave him extra change.