La Magnolia

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Jacopo Foroni 8, Verona, Italy
La Magnolia
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confused by trentalia data

by Ldeck3

Looking at Verona to Rosenheim. If I say leave at 9:00am on 04/07/09 it shows the train leaving at 8:59 with a star by it and when you go forward it shows only seats for 05/07/09 at the bottom where it says reservatioons. When you go to buy it is for 05/07/09. If you say you want to leave at 7:00am it says 04/07/09 with no star by it yet it is the same train #88. At first I thought you could not take this train until the fifth because it is full. I need to go to Rosenheim early on the 4th to catch connection. Dates not flex. What does that star really mean and will that train likely be full on 04/07/09? Am I missing something here? thnx

Re: confused by trentalia data

by mccalpin

I am not sure what star you are referring to, but the Trenitalia site does pop up a star next to the start time when you enter one day and continue forward looking at solutions until you cross over into the next day. The solutions starting on a date later than when you indicated are flagged this way. Is it possible that it says "* solution applies to next day" down below?


Re: confused by trentalia data

by leics


I understand what you mean.

But the 'sloution applies to next day' * is there because you are searching for 9am. There is no train betwen 9am and 12.59, so the next trains around 9am are given for the next day.

There is a train at 8.59 (and one at 6.59) If you enter 5am for your search time you will find it available for booking.

I am certain the train you want is not fully-booked now, and it is quite possible it will not be fully-booked at all.

Re: confused by trentalia data

by effeti

yes, the star or "*" means... "next day"

if you tell him to search from 9.00 and on, it doesn't show the train leaving a mere minute before. That is why it shows on your day if you search solutions from 7.00

Train number is the same every day, of course, if it is a train run daily. both Number AND date identifies a train. I would be very surprised if it was already booked, even if it is on a saturday


Re: confused by trentalia data

by Ldeck3

Thank you everyone. That makes me feel better! I see how the 8:59 train wouldn't register for 9:00. Here when you do airlines it shows close ones both forward and back around the time so it never dawned on me that it wouldn't be that way with trains. Learn something everyday! Have a good one!

Travel Tips for Verona

Verona Quarters

by sandysmith

The city of Verona is divided into four different zones: the ancient city, with its Roman remains, the Cittadella zone which stretches southwards, San Zeno and finally the Veronetta with origins in the Early Middle Ages. Its a fairly compact city and easy to walk around in a day or so long as its not too hot :-S Climbing the Lamberti tower in the old quarter or above the old roman theatre across the river gives great views over Verona - some of my favourte views were from these vantage points, enabling you to see the vairous quarters.

Renting a bicycle

by Nemorino

If your hotel doesn't provide free bikes, you can rent one from a bicycle shop called Zanchi on Corso Cavour.

I haven't tried this, but I did go in and have a chat with one of the guys who was working there. (His English was nearly as bad as my Italian, so that was fun.)

Their rental prices are quite high compared to the bike rental shops in Paris, Amsterdam or Strasbourg. Renting a bike here in Verona for five days would cost 55 Euros, for example, but the bikes seem to be in very good condition, and this is obviously a highly professional shop.

Second photo: Inside the Zanchi bike shop.

Corso Cavour 13
Tel. 045 8005681

Castelvecchio Clock Tower

by sandysmith

Castelvecchio is such a large castle that its impossible to do it justice in one picture alone. It is the largest and most impressive of the Scaligeri buildings built towards the end of their reign, when the family began to doubt the city's loyalty - this is the clock tower part.

Giardino Giusti

by croisbeauty

The nature, art and history are what makes the Giusti gardens famous throughout the world.
The gardens, created towards the end of the 15th century, today show the structure given them in 1570 by Agostino Giusti, Knight of the Venetian Republic and Squire of the grand Duke of Tuscany.

The story of the two...

by Pierangelo

The story of the two star-crossed lovers, a secret marriage, potions to simulate death, and a tragic ending has been the subject of writers for centuries. Claims of a basic plot can be found as early as the third century, however, the more detailed versions of did not appear until the fifteenth century. The legend of Romeo and Juliet slowly developed by the efforts of Luigi da Porto, Matteo Bandello and Arthur Brooke. However, it was, only in Shakespeare’s hands did the love story itself become the lyrical celebration of youthful passion that we all associate with the names of Romeo and Juliet today. Luigi da Porto published his version of Romeo and Juliet in 1530. The people of Verona credited him with 'the first to tell the story of the two unfortunate lovers'. They may acknowledge his story with such acceptance since he claimed Pellegrimo of Verona had the early fourteenth century chronicles from Bartolomes Della Scala showing the two unfortunate lovers as a true story. Porto’s claim of a factual account may have actually inspired the future writers to use Verona as the setting of Romeo and Juliet.


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