Jun 052018
 
Malcesine - part 2

The plan was to go up to Monte Baldo, but the day had other plans. The morning was cold, windy, and overcast, so we just wandered. Malcesine is as charming in the early morning as it is in the late evening, even when overcast … but that would change.

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Jun 032018
 
Malcesine - part 1

Our brief day-trip to Peschiera made us want to return to Lake Garda and the mountains soon. The weather looked good to spend two nights in the small lake-side town of Malcesine. It was a good move.

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Brescia

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May 142018
 
Brescia

Best known as a manufacturing center, Brescia is much more than an industrial town. Its significant history, art, and architecture made for a full day’s visit, leaving much still to see.

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May 082018
 
A return to Venice

The last time we were in Venice, it was our first time to Venice, it was winter, and it was cold. This time it wasn’t cold, and it was more crowded, but Venice was every bit as magical.

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May 062018
 
Verona - WWII and Today

During World War II Verona, because of its strategic importance, was a target for heavy Allied bombing. he city suffered considerable damage, and to add insult to injury, the retreating German troops destroyed all the bridges.

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May 022018
 
Fossil Hunting in Verona

As we first walked into the apartment building that we would call home for the next two months, I looked down at the polished limestone and marble floor and in one of the tiles was a spiral-shaped artifact. It was clearly a fossil.

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Le Piccole Cose

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Apr 282018
 
Le Piccole Cose

For us, there are many advantages to being in one place for a while. We re-learn them every time we travel and stay in a new place. We realize it is something important, but it always becomes more evident after about two weeks.

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