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After all the months of planning there was the perfect family week in Verona. See captions on the photos below to get personal comments on the week by all family ...
... on the steps of the church, patiently waiting for their God to heal their woes...I'm sure the velvet lined gold coffers get emptied into the cups of the less fortunate at the end of the day. A disgusting city supported by the profits of a greedy tourism industry gawking at a decadent and outdated belief system. There's a reason the trains travel at 300km/h on the way back to Verona. If I ever come back, I'll be staying well within the Verona city limits. ...
... and walked into the main part of the town. We found a restaurant along the water and had simple pizza and pasta for lunch. Then we walked to our favourite gelati shop at the other end of town and had our fix of icecream. Geoff and I tried a new flavour, Sale de Cervia, basically like a salted chocolate caramel.....seriously good!! Then we headed home and spent the afternoon packing, reading and getting some school work done. We had dinner at ...
seen – even better than Les Miserables in London. The singing was beautiful –
especially Carmen. The way they staged the story was exciting with something
happening all the time. It certainly was unforgettable. The dancing (Spanish) was also excellent. Didn’t get home to bed until 2 am – bit late for Craig and Lina but we enjoyed
every minute. Some days you never forget – this is one of them.
... cultural education and the first time at the opera for the boys. Carmen was to have four acts and by 10.15pm we arrived at the end of the first act. We decided to leave and head home. The boys were tired and we had achieved our goal of letting them experience the opera in the Verona Arena. It was a special night and the drive home was uneventful and relatively straightforward. We put two tired little boys to bed and hit the sack ourselves, another great ...