Category Archives: Romeo & Juliet

Basilica di San Zeno

Several weeks ago I wrote a post about meeting an Indian (from India, not an American Indian!) and we had a discussion about religion during which he told me that there are literally millions of Gods in Hinduism.  This was … Continue reading

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La Tomba di Giulietta

If Juliet’s house is corny, then this is just one step beyond!  There is just simply no proof of what this tomb is all about.  It was included as a free site on my Verona Card, though, so I went … Continue reading

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La Casa di Giulietta

The house of Juliet / Juliet’s house. Depending on your outlook, or current state of affairs of the heart, this visit can be extremely corny, or  …. extremely corny! Per my post on Castelvecchio, Verona was a commune back in … Continue reading

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Romeo, Romeo…

While I wait for the right time to visit La Casa di Giulietta, I have passed Romeo’s house. You will see in the attached photos that the sign at the house reads Casa di Cagnolo Nogarola, but underneath states “detto … Continue reading

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Wherefore art thou?

“Thou art” in Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet!  I have returned to the literal and figurative warmth of my foster homeland!  The extended forecast is for sun and temperatures in the 70’s, perfetto! I am back in school … Continue reading

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