Hotel Baia Verde Malcesine
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... up brilliantly and the orchestra of about two hundred strikes up. It’s all about to happen. Now you just have to click on the picture because it turns into ...
28.10.14 Left Vaile Di Caises this morning under a very heavy frost. Thought we would outsmart Bruce the navigator and avoid the Autostrada. It did work and he took us into the Dolomites over Cortina above the tree line with great views which you will see. He also scared the willies out of us with windy steep roads the kind of switch backs you see in the Tour De France. Anyhow our wisdom to avoid the Autostrada turned a two and a half our trip into ...
... to host the main operas which come to town during July and August, as well as concerts and plays in the intervening months. There were a whole lot of workmen inside pulling up the false floor, which I assume was laid for the last concert held there. It must be a lot of work if a false floor has to be laid every time there is a concert! Outside the Arena is a devotional column which used to bless a marketplace held in the square, and also ...
We took the flight from Amsterdam to Venice at 7:30AM. Then we took a bus to the train station called "Venezia Mestre" from the airport. We were so hungry, so we went in the restaurant just front of the train station. Our first Italian cuisine!!! I had "Spaghetti Bongole" and some seafood. It was ...
... an archway to the Piazza del Erbe (1301), once the Roman forum. A brass band all dressed up in traditional garb marched in to here and continued entertaining the crowd. At one end of the piazza is the della Scala palace also built in 1301 and capped with six statues of pagan gods. Lots of restaurants here and very busy. Also went and looked at the family graveyard of the powerful della Scala family with its impressive tombs from the 14thC. Could clearly see the ladder on their coat ...