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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Madruzzo Trento
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... stuff") and potatoes. We had an eclectic neighbourhood in Trento...a mixture of apartments built in the 1930s and a castle built iin the 13th century from original fortified buildings. On our walking route to the centre of town we passed through the castle walls. Despite rainy and cool weather, we explored centro storico of Trento, which, just like about every other city in Italy, it traces its roots to the a Roman era and earlier. The ...
After spending the morning wandering round Riva del Garda we travelled in to Limone sul Garda for a lovely wander round the cobbled streets and lunch. We had mussels and fish for lunch so in the evening we went to the beach hut for burger and chips and wine for ...
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Until 1920, this part of Italy was part of Austrian Hapsburg empire and the feel and look of the old city is more German than Italian. The city is officially dual language and culture. As in most Italian cities, high ...
... and road on a great bike path to the town of Arco. This place is steeped in history and this little ole town was lovely to cycle through. This is also a place for mountain biking, wind surfing, cannoning, and swimming so you can have an active holiday here. It's different to lake Como but no less beautiful and tomorrow we will travel down the west side to see the ...
... br> Needed to keep moving as needed to be on last Ferry at 2 45 to Peschiera (5 hour on lake garda)
Then started to climb hard work when 35 degree ,had brown snake crossing the road ,we went around him
Came around the corner and wow wow there was the beautiful lake Garda down to town ate lunch on water front, then headed off to find boat
Arrived with a hour to spare found nice bar on water front ,Tiina and Phil arrived (english ...