Hotel Stella d'Oro
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We were up at 7:00 and breakfast was ready at about 7:45. It was just croissants and orange juice this morning.
Shortly after we had gotten back to the hotel last night, a downpour started and it rained through the night. It is much warmer here, so we kept our window wide open all night. It was also very noisy a good part of the night and …
1 night in Lake Garda.
When we came over the mountains and got our first glimpse of Lake Garda we were stunned, it was so beautiful. The drive to the Hotel took us on some very narrow roads up the mountain with vertical drops, it was scary but fun.
What a lovely place, shame we only had one night but definitely somewhere to visit again.
On now to Bellagio, Lake Como...
... they had a free one. Eventually we got to the other ferry stops and determined which one we had to catch. Onother ride of about half and hour and we were on Burano - so glad we didn't do one of the organised tours for the islands. Well, Burano is just magic - ALL the houses are painted different colours - most will have seen the photo I put up on Facebook by now. The whole town is like this and the lace shops. We said we weren't going to buy anything - ...
... 6pm boat over to the city of Venice. The campsite that we were at was right on the Venice Lagoon, so it was about a 20 min boat road into the center of the city. The boat ride was expensive (13E each return) but it is very convenient, and Venice is the most expensive city in Italy – who knew!
Our first sight of Venice was one of pure shock – everything is just right there, on the water. Houses, churches, gelato shops, just right there, on the water; it was like ...
... you cannot even count them all. We strolled through the main square and down a tiny alley to our restaurant where we had a delicious Italian dinner. Sadly, we did not have too much time to explore, but that was okay. We knew we would be back.
This morning we did go back and started out with a guided tour of St. Marks church, and the Doge Palace. The history behind these ancient buildings and the ...
Nice hotel with free WIFI. We were able to store our bikes in the basement. Breakfast choices were limited - pastries and packages of dry bread.
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