Albergo Ristorante Stadio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Ristorante Stadio Verona
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... She thought by then that the funeral would be finished but no, so sat and had a coffee nearby and noticed people going in and out of a side door and did the same. The service was coming to an end, just in time to see the procession lead by approx 50 priests in their vestments followed by the Bishop holding his crook (stick) then the coffin. The deceased must have been one of them. By then it was getting close to siesta time so back to check on the ...
Venerdi, 23 Ottobre
Before I forgot, I wanted to show you some "street art" Padova-style. This very talented woman paints these things on the sidewalk with chalk! They're simply extraordinary to see in person. Each is about 5 ft tall and so incredibly detailed.
So the last day of class finally arrived. Dario had us all do verb tense drills, got me to (finally) recite the entire first batch of ...
... 28 steak! Add in a beer and dessert and I ended up paying more then my hotel.
The next morning I woke up still feeling a little and not recovered from day one, and also noticed my hips bothering me a little again so I made the decision that I would take the regional trains all the way to Rome and then just bike around each place. After packing up my stuff and checking out a little late I was off to the train station to head for ...
... all in Italian, mind you -- that had nothing in common with the real story. (I listened but did not speak because I still cannot get my mouth to say Italian words rather than French ones. It's very frustrating.)
I was surprised how much of the movie's dialogue I could understand, but also confused by how much didn't match the subtitles. Frederica told us that was because several of the characters spoke in the Veneto dialect (found in the region around Venice) and ...
... and we mentioned Seattle, the owner said that he knows Rick Steves who indeed has visited his restaurant. Very proudly he brought out his tablet to show us the video clip. Wine was poured with a very unique aerator that is hand blown glass from Italy. When Kathy asked where we might get one the owner said he would sell us one. Another souvenir of our trip!
Verona has been a lovely stop and one to recommend for a short stay en route to Venice.