Le Nereidi Hotel Residence
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... of lovely churches. The edge of the lake is ringed with holiday van parks, hotels & Pensiones & in summer it must be jammed full of visitors but it was quite comfortable for us with some German older visitors.
The return bus from Lazise, at 1.30, was nearly full of school kids returning home but they thinned out rapidly as we approached Verona. The countryside appears to be very fertile with many vineyards, olive groves, fruit trees, ...
Anyway, with lots of hugs and happy cries of "buona ventura" (good luck), we all went our separate ways.
Now it's late and I need to finish packing to get ready to leave for Venice bright and early tomorrow morning. I'm leaving most of my clothes here (I'm sick of them anyway) because I have no room for them now -- let alone when I leave Venice. We'll see what else I decided to leave behind there!
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"Wait a minute: didn't you say that the imperfetto tense was for a continuous action, or one tha didn't have a specified ending? 'I was at the beach.' Isn't that unspecified?" (Except when you include the preposition 'per' which implies something happening da-da-da-STOP.)
We -- Bernard, Alice, Dario, and I -- spent 10 minutes today over the choice of tense to use when saying something like: "We had looked for a room at a restaurant for the ...
... 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 ...
... and the rest is history. Amazingly we made it into the courtyard without being trampled and actually witnessed multiple Juliets on the balcony of all ages and some were even men..or Romeo's...I don't know.
The artistic aspect of this courtyard is that many people write their names and graffiti the walls declaring their undying love in colourful ways. One may even purchase Romeo ...