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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived in Verona at 2:30 which is the earliest arrival on this leg of the trip and settled in to our guest house. It's a lovely updated 17th century house and the owner has 6 rooms and the place is full tonight.
Verona city centre retains the look of a 15th century town and in the wonderful warm afternoon everyone was out in the main square. It was hot and humid and felt like rain so we chose to do our outside wandering first ...
... touching of the exterior glass took place. The worship of saints is evidently still very much the rage, although I don't know if St Anthony minds having bits of his body on show.
We reluctantly made our way out of the Basilica, which had provided us with much food for thought, even if we had missed the Donatellos. We had spent comfortably less than 24 hours in Padua, but we seemed to have packed in a cornucopia of treasures and joys. It had been super.
Beers had : Furst
... Venice is the fact that it is still around, that such a fragile and absurd notion wasn't swallowed whole by some inevitable disaster long ago, some tidal wave or earthquake or sudden change is the ecosystem's salinity or just the fact that wooden logs submerged in water tend to rot away at the darnest times.
I've been to a lot of places that overreaching hyperbole has described as labrinthyne or maze-like, and yet every last man of them ...
... us to do this but one of our mates from SA whispered that it was only EUR1 so we did this ourselves. We were with Gaudals family (Rachel's friend from Argentina) so it was a great way for the girls to say goodbye and swap email addresses.
We found our way to our b&b and were amazed at how easy it was to find and then that we were right on a canal, we certainly didn’t think that would happen and it was nice after our ...
... ground level modern less interesting architecture and scenes. A post lunch walk is always lovely and as things can work out well, the Valsanzibio gardens were not far away. These are unspoilt Baroque gardens (supposedly best in the world) from the mid 17th century. 60 full size classical allegorical statues that are integrated with streams, fountains and fishponds. Diana is high on the entrance gates which look through to several levels of ponds with ducks and fish. Rabbit island ...