- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we are fortunate to find Ristorante Bar Peter that has stayed open. It is thronged with motorcyclists sheltering from the hail. The lunch there is surprisingly good, and we are impressed with a Serbian waitress who speaks five languages fluently, including Spanish. She tells us that she is engaged to a Spaniard from the Canary Islands and will be be going to live there this summer.
We get through a relaxed lunch. Perhaps too relaxed, as we realise that we don’t have time ...
... Maranza, located high in the Alps.
The Italian motorways are very efficient, though somewhat expensive by our standards. Cesar gets us into the city centre of Verona and we park in an underground car park, hoping that no one will notice that the car is filled with luggage.
We start off on Rick Steve's recommended walking tour, but we enjoy stopping and staring along the way. British, German, Japanese groups rush by hoping to see all that Verona has to ...
... Maria ! It seems we have arrived in town at the start of a festival which means restaurants are very busy but we were lucky enough to see a free band concert in a square last night which was our second free concert in Italy so far. More walks today, lower level through woods, by a couple of lakes and even took in a waterfall ! All very beautiful and quiet accompanied by the odd sound of distant cuckoos and church bells. ...
... valley between mountains and as the main city of the region has numerous industries as well as a couple of universities. German is actually the main language, but most people are fluent in Italian as well, and all the road signs and street names are written in both! We had some free time so we walked around the streets, before returning to the coach and being driven up one of the surrounding mountains to a spot where we ...
... what they claim to have the "the best garden in the world" . Claims aside, it was very good, and unusually, quite catholic in that every sign in the place ( and there were thousands of them) was in German, Italian and English, and occasionally a couple of other languages that I didn't understand.
A bit tired after tramping around this place for hours so we headed back to camp only to find that someone had pinched our spot.... ...