Manerba del Garda Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... also a good option. After a little walk there is a lake-shore of around 1 kilometer semi-circled around Sirmione. It has a beach-like view over 300 meters long walk-way. After it, there is a wooden bridge which goes a little over the lake. Few yards after, there is a tall rock situated right adjacent to the lake, and the view is beautiful. After the rock there is a long lake-shore, where you walk on off-white color ...
... towards the centre to the huge castello, which guarded the bridge across the river. The buildings are lovely with a mix of architectures from Roman to present day.
Dick was stuffed so we had coffee & moved on to the huge piazza on one face of which is the Roman theatre for which Verona is known for. Had a beer & walked slowly home for a rest.
Wednesday 21st October
Had breakfast in the basement & went off ...
... 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 ...
We got a later start due to a restless nights sleep. Nice hotel but noisy neighborhood around it. The weather however was perfect for touring Verona today. After breakfast at the hotel (coffee was strong!!) we set out to cover many of the sights we had seen the day before on our wine tour but did not stop and enjoy.
We started at the Arena di Verona. An old coliseum akin to the one in Rome but smaller. It is however the third largest in Europe. ...
... pass purchased provided a souvenir wine glass and 10 tastings for 15€ or about $16.50.
We each purchased a pass allowing us to try a total of twenty wines. A few Soave whites - not our favorite as they were very minerals tasting and very dry. The Valpolicella were okay, the Amarone were probably the best. One wine however stood our from the rest a red from Bennati ...