Residence Viale Venezia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Viale Venezia Verona
We loved this apartment with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Kitchen is basic but necessary because there are no restaurants nearby. Easy access with car from A4
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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 ...
... of lovely churches. The edge of the lake is ringed with holiday van parks, hotels & Pensiones & in summer it must be jammed full of visitors but it was quite comfortable for us with some German older visitors.
The return bus from Lazise, at 1.30, was nearly full of school kids returning home but they thinned out rapidly as we approached Verona. The countryside appears to be very fertile with many vineyards, olive groves, fruit trees, ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... to Szeged around 2.30/3am.
WOW what a ride, its like they say, the pain will fade by the memories will last for ever.
THANKS AND CREDITS
Big thank you to my Dad - Istvan Kiss for organising this holiday for my mum and I. We certainly didn't think we'd be spending 9 days on a bus together!
Thank you to my Mum - Elizabeth Kiss for agreeing to go when she knew I ...