Hotel Residence Santa Giulia
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... from Belfast and their Van Morrison pilgrimage. They move into the 'mini Jesus' and John and Sue check into a hotel around the corner.
John and Sue move into their apartment, 'Arena Dreams' overlooking the Arena.
Selle and Dan arrive by train from Nice via Milano - they are picked up by ET from the station. They are to bunk down at the ...
... doesn't like it because he is used to the bland, English food we eat at home. I will point out that the red wine I had last night tasted dry and burned like the bottles we get at home, disappointing. We went for a day trip to Venice, just because it's a tick off the list. No need to stay here, or visit ever again. Yes, it's an architectural marvel and not seen in many places around the world BUT..... The place is overcrowded with tourists, with ...
... local restaurant Riolet where we have eaten three times during our week here. It has been great that such good food is right on our doorstep. The weather could have been better but we have really enjoyed our week here in Lake Garda. The scenery is breathtaking and except for the number of German tourists, the towns, churches, food and culture have been wonderful to visit and experience. Thank you Lake Garda and Villa Borgo (Patio) for the great ...
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these details, this blog is my diary also – so that I remember where and what.We once again went to the Verona Library –this time we managed to access free wifi – with our passports and then some good research on Modena for tomorrow. Then we had a functional day and managed to organize our Tims – that’s Italian sims. It took ages but we believe we ...
... was a house speciality and I think something that inspired many of the Campbell-Burns' risotto recipes since we had it all those years ago. Hamish ordered a tomato pasta and then preferred by duck parpadelle so we swapped. We had a second courses and soaked up the fantastic ambience of the restaurant but of course were too full for dessert. We headed up to the Arena to get our seats and stopped for gelati for the boys on the way, The Verona Arena ...