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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free airport shuttle
- Concierge desk
- Family rooms
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... some time out to think about spending my battery-charging days in a quiet and beautiful city of north-east Italy, Venice. When I told my room-mate that I am going to Venice, he said "You could also visit Sirmione if you get some extra time". I looked it up on the internet, and after looking at the result I decided that I am dropping out Venice and going to Sirmione. Google Maps said it’s a place in kind of middle ...
... other places we have been. he water is very clear & in the small fishing harbour we saw a few fish, some gulls, ducks & swans & a lone cormorant, so it must be reasonably healthy we assume. On the way to Garda we passed Lazise which still had quite a lot of its old wall intact so on our return journey we left the bus & walked around the little walled town. It appeared to be older than Garda, with another tiny fishing boat basin & ...
... the right building. I didn't particularly care for the staff here as they were hardly around, but the room was nice.
Mantova is nestled into a c-shaped lake, giving it some really wonderful trails to bike around on (especially at sunset). I rode around on them until dusk and then headed into the centre of the city which I then had to walk most of it due to the cobblestones and how widely placed they were. There was really only a ...
We got a later start due to a restless nights sleep. Nice hotel but noisy neighborhood around it. The weather however was perfect for touring Verona today. After breakfast at the hotel (coffee was strong!!) we set out to cover many of the sights we had seen the day before on our wine tour but did not stop and enjoy.
We started at the Arena di Verona. An old coliseum akin to the one in Rome but smaller. It is however the third largest in Europe. ...
... four hours spent wandering around went quickly with the many stops we made. We found ourselves hungry and stopped near our hotel for dinner at a small restaurant for an okay dinner of spaghetti con vongole (spaghetti with clams) and risotto with shrimp. Not worth recommending but the waiters were friendly and humorous.
Back to our hotel about seven after a fun day of Vino in Verona.