Lake Garda Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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Brescia, Sirmione, Riva del Garda, Verona
The day started with a panaromic drive along the west coast of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy.
We left Brescia and drove on to Sirmione and the Sirmione Cape, visiting a castle and the Catullo's ruins during a boat tour. Carlos was our guide on the boat and took us around part of …
... also a good option. After a little walk there is a lake-shore of around 1 kilometer semi-circled around Sirmione. It has a beach-like view over 300 meters long walk-way. After it, there is a wooden bridge which goes a little over the lake. Few yards after, there is a tall rock situated right adjacent to the lake, and the view is beautiful. After the rock there is a long lake-shore, where you walk on off-white color ...
... to put her feet up. A visit to the museum was on the afternoon agenda which is housed in the castle it was interesting how many paintings of Madonna & Child can be housed in one place. The most impressive parts were the original wall decorations and the walk around part of the castle walls with great views
of the town in the evening light. She was pleased to be back to check on the patient once more and put her feet up after so many stairs.
... that looked nice, but otherwise the city seemed to be dark and covered in graffiti. I decided I would just head back to the area where my hotel was, just few minutes out of the centre and find some food there. What I didn't know was the only restaurant in this are was a steakhouse. Not wanting to ride down the major road in the dark back to the centre, I decided to just have whatever was cheapest. This turned out to be something like ...
... to the Monument cemetery. A truly different kind of cemetery from those in the states. A very large area with big headstones, mausoleums, monuments and photos of the dead. The Italians take funerals and remembering the deceased very seriously. Our last stop was at the kitschy Balcony of Juliette. Although a fictional character of Shakespeare, this is a popular stop with a balcony for the tourists.
The afternoon was getting late and our feet ...