The streets & the parks, Verona
Favorite thing: If you enter the old parts of Verona you will find many small and narrow streets, like the one you can see here. Even on such a small street they have managed to "fit" a restaurant. These are beautiful places to sit for a drink or a meal and just watch the world go by.
Favorite thing: Many of the buildings in Verona do not settle for being "nice", but they have extra touches, such as this building with the reliefs on it. They run all the way across the face of the building and each is an individual work of art.
Favorite thing: Verona has it's own particular charm. The buildings are very colorful, some even frescoed. Each winding street has something new to offer whether it's Roman ruins, cafes, churches, ornate windows, views of the river, or the people of Verona. The three hours I was there was definitely not enough time to see all the sites, I suggest you stay for at least a day or two.
Favorite thing: Other photos that I like and nearly got frostbite taking. If we get the chance we will revisit Verona in better weather it is a very beautiful city.
Fondest memory: It had dealings over the vegetable well here in the meaning of the herb, and Erbe of the "Piazza di Erbe" is called like that because it is being done now.
Favorite thing: One of my favourite Italian cities, the pleasure of Verona is to simply wander round the streets, avoiding the crowds (if you are lucky!).