Hotel Porto Azzurro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as the locals call it, is an open air opera theater that is actually built inside the shell of an actual Romanesque styled colosseum that dates back to 30AD. That’s not a misprint, I didn’t mean 300 I meant 30! The books say it is the most well preserved ancient ruin in the world! We paid the $10 admission fee to go in and look around and it felt like we were on the floor of the much more famous Roman Colosseum, looking up at the stands. All we needed was ...
... to upgrade our hire car to a Classic Italian Alfa Romeo Giuletta ( or similar) was a complete wast of time and we ended up with a citroen C3 Picasso. Not at all similar !! I will be taking this up with the hire company on our return. Other than that it has been a fantastic ten days which as Kate keeps on reminding me was all booked by her.... Except the car hire! At least I tried.. So until next time it's Arrivederci from Audrey & tony. Ciao for now and enjoy the last few pictures ...
... and you have an interest in archaeology I would urge you to come see for yourself.
Well believe it or not Mary and I have been craving sushi for the last several days and we think we may have found a sushi restaurant here. We're going to check it out for dinner tonight. We're not sure what we'll find in a sushi restaurant in Verona, Italy so stay tuned.
Mary and Angelo
All work done by 9am, but raining all morning, but can see it is clearer out west, so at first sign of a bak will be heading off. Which turned out to be at 10am.
I must thank Luigi for his hours of work to get all that done within a day, and being such a great host, making sure I had somewhere to stay, driving me around, etc....
... Romeo and Juliet gift shops. After the obligatory pictures of "The Balcony" and the statue of Juliet we decided to look for a place to eat.
We headed towards the main square but when we turned the first corner we were astounded. I thought I had walked into Venice, only without the canals. It was like being transported to the actual time of Romeo and Juliet. Balconies with trellises full of flowers everywhere, medieval ...