Novotel Brescia 2
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For those who have seen or heard enough about Lago di Garda and Torri Del Benaco - skip this entry.
After my birthday and the departure of Bob and Linda we went for a short 2 night stay at our favourite town. The weather was not great but we had a really nice hotel room with a balcony overlooking the lake, and it was good to just hang out for a ...
... you dont get the same view odf the lake as you do on the east coast. The west cost seems to be more expensive too, with petrol being at least 10-15cents more a litre!
So, all in all, today was a better day, and I have a smile back on my face (although that may also be to do with the fact that I finally have a bottle of wine - for about 2euros!)
Tomorrow I hope to get to Verona.
I'll keep you posted
... classical music being played by real musicians is another.
I pause in a large shady park, just to chill out, and enjoy the vibe. It's nice to not feel rushed, needing to reach a certain place before nightfall I can just sit back and enjoy this place.
As timeless as this place feels, there are changes. A number of African and Arab immigrants relax in the park--including a couple young black fellows, hanging out with a couple of Italian girls. ...
Day 244 4 hrs, 7.4 kms I continue on down the tracks, hopping off in Piadena to get a feel for a third town in Cremona Province. Piadena has two long streets lined with buildings forming a single wall, interrupted by an occasional large gateway leading to a family compound--a style became very familiar with in the Napoli region down south. Kind of a very quick tour of Cremona Province... but I decide to go ahead and continue on to the next ...
Day 244 For the last two weeks, I've been working on a single hike, creating a "trail of footprints" covering scores of towns and hundreds of kilometers. It's reached the point where this feels like the only way I want to travel... Exclusively on foot. But I only have so much time. If I want to visit every province, every major town in Italy, it's just not realistic to do it all on foot. Besides, the open plains ...