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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... Total comes as 22 Euros for a return trip.
The Train is in every one hour and buses in 20 minutes. Keep a check on the last bus from Sirmione when you head back.
... see. Then braved the traffic to see the Porto Nuova one of the city gates built in the 1500’s.
At 7.30 we set off to a local restaurant that specialises in La Tigella comprises of small discs of bread looks like crispy pikelets served hot and with 10 little pots of delicious dips, some spicy some sweet. Maybe not a good choice of dish to have for a late evening meal, we both suffered badly with indigestion during the night. Be ...
... internal debate, I decided to take a train. My logic was that I would arrive there sooner and get to see the town more, and also not hurt myself but pushing too hard. Between not having done a ton of riding the last couple months and all the additional weight on my bike, I knew I wasn't going to be able to get through another 120km day.
The train took longer then I expected because I had to transfer at Verona Porta Nuova and wait ...
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. ...
... but not when you are stranded!) for about 3 hours.
- Eventually a replacement bus was sent from Budapest to Lake Balaton (Balaton Lele) to pick us up.
- After getting to Budapest around midnight (most passengers got off)...about 8 of us were driven to another pick up point where the owner of the travel company collected us in his mini van. Long frustrating story short, we arrived ...