Travel Blogs from Verona
... The first ride I went on was the Colorado Rapids. Mum got sopping wet and so did I. Next I went on this ride where you went up a ramp and then you turned upside-down! I was hanging out of my seat, but I had this harness on which kept me from falling and cracking my head open. It was scary at first then I got used to it. The next ride we went on was a proper ...
... Switzerland... Just before I end this blog... It's our beautiful daughter Nicki's 30th birthday tomorrow, and obviously we can't be there to share it with her, but we both want to wish her a fantastic birthday and tell her that we love her so ...
... however, they are obviously very sociable with each other. We have met some other lovely people in the last couple of days, we have been talking to an elderly German couple next to us, who speak very good English, and also a Swedish couple (who of course speak excellent English) who come from Stockholm (told them all about you, Erika x ). Most people say hello, in whatever language, however the Italians do not! Why is ...
... we should've have read the campsite book more carefully...lesson learnt! Today we have been for a walk into Peschiera, another pretty little town, lots of little lanes full of restaurants and the best ever ice cream shops...(had so much ice cream since we have been in Italy). We spent the evening in the bar (had to, to get the free wi-fi)...! ...
... see, we had no idea! There's an arena (Arena Verona), that dates back to AD 30, They still have concerts there, and actually had one the night we stayed.
The next morning we had to leave early so we could drive to the Cinque Terre:(, We were able to walk around the town during the day and saw the Juliet house, and statue. All in all, Verona was beautiful and unique, Someday I would like to go back and stay more than 1 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility