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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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My trip on a so-called "fast" FrecciaBianca train was eventless--although they really shouldn't call it a "fast" train when all it has different from the other regional trains is its livery. Also, I think it was a train only for locals--not a single announcement was heard on the train and if I hadn't known where I was getting off, I might have …
... This saves around 20-30 minutes of one-side journey but also costs double than bus+train journey. During the bus journey, you’ll find Lake Garda on your left for almost 15 minutes, which is just a treat to watch.
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... other places we have been. he water is very clear & in the small fishing harbour we saw a few fish, some gulls, ducks & swans & a lone cormorant, so it must be reasonably healthy we assume. On the way to Garda we passed Lazise which still had quite a lot of its old wall intact so on our return journey we left the bus & walked around the little walled town. It appeared to be older than Garda, with another tiny fishing boat basin & ...
My fear came true when I woke up this morning… I was so sore from the day before I could barely move! I dragged my butt out of bed, stretched as much as I could, then went down for some breakfast, hoping that I would loosen up after a bit. I got all dressed and ready to go, checked out at the front desk then rolled out. Since I didn't actually arrive on my bike, I had no idea where the trail was, and I was still incredibly sore. ...
... and we mentioned Seattle, the owner said that he knows Rick Steves who indeed has visited his restaurant. Very proudly he brought out his tablet to show us the video clip. Wine was poured with a very unique aerator that is hand blown glass from Italy. When Kathy asked where we might get one the owner said he would sell us one. Another souvenir of our trip!
Verona has been a lovely stop and one to recommend for a short stay en route to Venice.