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... shows you around Sirmione in 9 Euros per person with around 6 people on a boat. Couples or families can have a separate tour in 50 Euros per boat.
... 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 ...
... 28 steak! Add in a beer and dessert and I ended up paying more then my hotel.
The next morning I woke up still feeling a little and not recovered from day one, and also noticed my hips bothering me a little again so I made the decision that I would take the regional trains all the way to Rome and then just bike around each place. After packing up my stuff and checking out a little late I was off to the train station to head for ...
... a handsome black & grey cashmere scarf.
Next we headed off to the nearby Lamberti Tower (everything is nearby given the small old town area) which is the tallest tower in the city. The old clock tower still functions and we heard the bell ring while at the top. In fact, it is still ringing in our ears. The views were spectacular of course. Kathy took many photos in all directions from the top of the tower. Coming down from the tower ...
... Juliet's courtyard is covered in love graffiti. It is all scribbles of love notes, and it is really cool to see. After we spent a good 10 minutes in there, it was time to find some lunch. We found this cute place with outdoor seating called Ristorante S. Eufemia. I had the best homemade gnocchi ever there. We only had a short time in Verona, so after lunch we only had about 30 minutes to look around and get gelato. I definitely recommend going to Verona. It was the ...