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... I do know Italian, some of the pushy drivers knew exactly what my gesticulations meant and I understood theirs easily enough. Bruce could not find the place of our accommodation but a kind lady took us there. Well what a surprise, self contained villa, kitchen lounge, bedroom, bathroom and laundry in magnificent grounds and the price includes breakfast, you can see the photos on Facebook. Very very happy, went into town to the Lidl store which ...
... After lunch the 5 of us went for a boat ride around Lake Garda which was beautiful. The captain even let each of the boys have a turn steering the boat which they thought was pretty cool. We were then going to go and have a look through a castle but it closed at 1pm! We didn't realize this and got there at 1.30pm. Oh well! We had dinner at the cafe downstairs from our hotel with John Daniela, and then when back to our rooms to pack up ready to head to ...
... The number of cars heading into the car park was insane! This time of year Gardland is only open on the weekends. We got a map and it took us a little while to sort out the best way to proceed. As it was a really busy some of the wait times for rides were over 30 minutes, but there were express passes you could buy so that you could jump the queue. It was working out which passes to get for who which was tricky as the passes ranged in price from 12-50 euros each ...
... When it turned up, it was a nearly new catamaran
almost as quick as the fast cat from the day before. Arriving back
in Sirmione, the weather soon began to brighten up and it turned into
a lovely day again. We took our time looking in the shops and
stopping for a couple of beers in a tiny bar. Jayne bought me a
magnificent Fossil watch in one of the shops. We walked from one end
of the town and back again, taking in ...
... were on the
scale of that which we see in the Solent and the boat was soon
rocking from foil to foil criss-crossing the lake from town to town.
Our first stop of was Malchesine on the eastern coast. We discovered
as with all the places on the lake, that they were pleasant villages
on the steep hill sides of the lake, full of charm, narrow streets
and passages but swamped with tourism. We stayed for a spell,
wandered, drank beer and wandered some more. A car ...