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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Mastino Verona
Not so great
The room we had faced the street and had a small unuseful balcony. The beds were not comfortable and the room was not very clean. I would not stay here again. Mcdonalds is right next door.
We travelled literally all over Italy, and this was the worst place we stayed. The rooms were mediocre , and the staff was the rudest we encountered.
Great Location Without Blowing the Budget
Had a tough time finding ANY hotels near the arena during summer opera season but we were very pleased to have found Hotel Mastino. Location was great, rooms small-ish but clean and with A/C. Staff helpful. A great choice for seeing the best of Verona on a budget.
Great location for reasonable cash
Had quite a search on various websites to find a decent 3-star hotel near the centre of Verona, then found this diamond, only a couple of hundred yards from the Arena.It was reasonably priced at 120 Euros per room. We were put into a recently renovated room, which although situated on a side street on the opposite side of Corso Porta Nuova, a minute's walk from the main hotel, it was spacious and spotlessly clean with great shower, and balcony. A porter helped us with our bags from reception.Breakfast was a good buffet, with the usual selection of cheese, meat, bread, fruit, cereals, cakes etc...
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Antonella cautions us to be careful crossing the streets in Italy because the pedestrian crosswalks are really only decoration, although if you get hit in a crosswalk you will get $$$ but if you get hit outside of a crosswalk you’re out of luck. Since we have arrived so early there are not a lot of people here ...
... is very busy. We reach the Alps after a couple of hours of concentrated riding and decide to get off the autostrada for a bowl of soup and an apfelschorle. We head for Tramin, a lovely little South Tyrollean village tucked in under one of the massive Dolomite peaks. The valley below is full of apple orchards and the slopes above thick with vines. We're immediately struck by Tramin's lack of Italian character... none of the signs are ...
... travel day for it to rain. Bardolino is such a cute town right on lake Garda and we are staying right in the middle of the town in a very old building they have converted modern apartments inside with a huge courtyard attached with a restaurant in it. The 2 bedroom apartment has kitchen, lounge and huge rooms. You can explore everywhere from here on foot. Because it was raining Di and I did ...
... letter to Juliet via email. In the courtyard there was a statue of Juliet. Tradition says if you rub her right breast you will be lucky in love. So many people have rubbed it over the years and it's actually a shinny gold color compared to the rest of the statues that brass color. On our way out of town we got a little lost, but used this as an excuse to stop and get internet at a waffle cafe. We eventually found our way and got on to our next train headed to Milan, Italy.