Residenza Corte Casara
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... after a ten minute downhill ride was dropped us off at the correct turning. So all’s well that ends well
And now, for me, one of the ...
... to see. We continued on to the small square below the famous balcony, and waited to enter her house. It was our lucky day, we were surprised to learn that on the first Sunday of every month it only cost one euro to enter Juliet's house.
The stairs were a tight fit, but I was surprised how big the rest of the house was. There were several floors and the rooms were quite spacious, especially for the time period. Fun fact for you all, I could not wear my ...
... Very interesting and took a few photos of the town and surrounding countryside. We then drove to another small hilltop town of Montechiello. We stopped and walked around this very clean town and had lunch at the restaurant Vittorio recommended called La Porta. Jen had pasta but I had beef cheeks in a red wine sauce with potato mash, lovely. Went home to ready ourselves for the next leg South towards Calabria and Alborobello, see you in about a ...
... where Mozart played soon after its inauguration. Also explored the Palazzo del Te (more pics) and the different quaint piazzas. What a delightful North Italian town.
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... side. The tombs are huge 14th century Gothic tombs, built on top of pillars so that people had to look up to them even in death, and they look slightly out of place in the middle of the city. It gives a very good impression of the lifestyle of the wealthy! We visited a number of churches (there are huge ones on just about every street corner!), including the Church of St Anastasia (lovely red marble pillars, and a very old fresco by ...