Hotel San Giacomo Gourmet & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 30 minutes to Nice. The hotel was v good (and understanding of us changing booking a few times) but their wifi was flaky. I jiggled the router aeriel and that helped a little but the router nearest A&D's room was dead, not even a power supply. I resorted to relocating a power supply from another floor but the router was dead.
The good news from that was that we spent more time at ...
... by pedal power. We stopped and ate our rolls on a shingle beach on the shores of lake Como and then set off for what should have been an easy 2 and a half hour drive to Caprino Veronese. However this was not the case. From here things took a turn for the worse and somehow we lost 3 hours of the day. Eventually we found B & B Casapiu. A rustic renovated 14th century guesthouse in ...
... is still in use). There were many steps to get to the top, but it was well worth the view! Italian cities are beautiful from every angle. On our way back into town we walked across the Ponte Pietra bridge. We also found a great place in Piazza Bra for afternoon drinks and relaxed for an hour or two watching the action around the ...
... relative term in Italy) and changed for the opera. We bought tickets for Tosca. Each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in June and July, Verona had a rotating opera festival. I will be seeing this opera during my program, but the festival and the outdoor arena setting were something we wanted to take advantage of. It was definitely worth seeing and the opera environment was great to experience in ...
We left the Venice area and hopped on a train to Verona. It was a direct train and only took about an hour and a half. The Venice station was busy, but my first experience with train stations was pretty easy.
Verona is a much smaller town and is quite beautiful. Our host's name is Alberto and he rents out his apartment to travelers. It is about 50 steps from the main piazza (Piazza Bra) which has the ...