Novotel Brescia 2
Travel Blogs from Brescia
We went to visit a school in Reggio Emillia called Loris Malaguzzi International Center that takes a unique approach towards preschoolers and the rights of children. We then went back to Milan to do some shopping and go to the top of the Duomo. The top was fabulous! You could see the whole city. I personally didn't really like Milan it was not …
What a lovely place, oozing architecture and old Venetian style - it was lovely! We drove, it took around 40 mins and headed straight into the tourist area. Parking was limited & after asking (we didn't want another tow truck!) a helpful couple on their moped showed us where to park in the centre. We were right next to the street where it is said that Juliet's balcony is (although I gather the balcony was built in the ...
We were very uncertain about the weather as we set off to pick up our yatch. The drive along the lake was very pretty and we arrived at the port around 10.00am and it was quite windy.... The staff told us that this was normal and in an hour it would be calm.... After a coffee we drove up the lake, even more pretty and watched some amazing high wind sailing by the dinghy and kite and windsurfers. Have ...
... got hair braids. Had a lovely pizza lunch (again €5 for a pizza) and we wandered back to the car through the town. Back just as the car was being put onto a tow truck! €120 lighter they forgave us and let is on our way - oh dear.... An expensive ...
... sides. Our hotel has a lakeside beach and is a stone's throw from the old town. The entrance to the old town is rather pretty with a very traditional medieval castle guarding the entrance.
We celebrated with a nice meal in a restaurant overlooking the lake drinking Prosecco Rose, very nice.
Tomorrow we have hired a yatch for the day and will go for a sail on the lake. It's due to rain again later so I hope we get lucky with the weather.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility