Hotel Monte Baldo e Villa Acquarone
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Usually after a long hard week, weekends are supposed to provide quietude. People look forward to put their mental batteries to charge-up during two days, so that it can run for the upcoming five. I am no different. After sitting for straight four to six hour long lectures and thinking about those hours for the rest of the day is what a Master's degree student in Milan usually does on a regular weekday. Although, one day ...
... 2 busses & arrived at about 10.30 at Garda, a small town on the south eastern bank of the lake. It is quite spectacular as it has snow covered slopes in the background & the towns are quaint. The paved waterfront has many cafes & restaurants
along it whilst the roads & alleys behind are full of tourist shops catering largely to German tourists who dominate the place. We only heard English voices twice while we were there in ...
... to the Monument cemetery. A truly different kind of cemetery from those in the states. A very large area with big headstones, mausoleums, monuments and photos of the dead. The Italians take funerals and remembering the deceased very seriously. Our last stop was at the kitschy Balcony of Juliette. Although a fictional character of Shakespeare, this is a popular stop with a balcony for the tourists.
The afternoon was getting late and our feet ...
... Soraighe". Great tasting, full body with a very nice finish. We even tried to buy some locally but could not find it. There is a website for it however - www.soraighe.com.
The tour was a great way to get a first look at old Verona, a classic Italian town with a lot of old Roman construction including a remarkable arena.
We completed our wine tasting / tour of Verona about ...
... to look down to their Romeo from the balcony. There is this really cool group of people called the Club di Giulietta that will respond to letters written to Juliet and are left there. So naturally, the total hopeless romantic geek I am, wrote a letter to Juliet. I was so giddy leaving it there in this post box. I do hope she writes me back. Also, there's a statue of Juliet, and for some reason, it is good luck to rub her right boob. So we all did that. Also, the tunnel ...