La Caletta Bolognese
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... a regional train run by Trenord to Desenzano (1.5 hours) , and from Desenzano catch a bus to Verona which drops you at Sirmione (20-30 minutes). Cost of train is 9.20 Euros and bus ticket is 1.80 Euros per person. While your return take a bus to Brescia from Sirmione bus-stop, which costs the same 1.8 Euros. Take the bus-tickets from ticket counters close to bus-stop because in the bus ticket charges double (3.60 ...
... towards the centre to the huge castello, which guarded the bridge across the river. The buildings are lovely with a mix of architectures from Roman to present day.
Dick was stuffed so we had coffee & moved on to the huge piazza on one face of which is the Roman theatre for which Verona is known for. Had a beer & walked slowly home for a rest.
Wednesday 21st October
Had breakfast in the basement & went off ...
... to the church of Saint Anastasia. A beautiful church with many exquisite alters, paintings, sculptures and elegant Gothic architecture.
After our visit to the church we went to the old bridge and castle next to the river. The castle had always been used for defense purposes until the 20th century when it was converted to a museum. The old bridge is a tall brick arched design that is only accessible by bikes and pedestrians. Finally we made a ...
We left our apartment in Lezzeno about 10:00am for our drive to Verona. The first hour required us to navigate the narrow winding roadway of Lake Como as well as the many cyclists out for a Sunday ride. Given we have no timetable, there was no need to hurry.
We drove about three hours including a couple of stops along the way. We arrived in Verona about 1:30pm at our hotel in the ...
... midterms start Monday. I found this really great gelato shop to study in (and it has awesome wifi, which is such a luxury here)!! It is called Vivaldi and it is across the bridge. Some of the best gelato there. I was studying there for about 5 hours today then decided I needed a break and went to dinner at the Central Market with Julia Mattox! I had the best burger and fries (much needed) and topped it off with some gelato. Time to relax now before another full day of ...