Travel Diary: Lago di Garda Day 1

Hey folks,

finally some travelling done on my part which means more posts coming up for this blog. Today’s post is going to be short, after all we only arrived this afternoon so I only took some pictures. Frankly, after two glasses of wine and a sprizz I also have a little buzz going on. So, more on where I am staying tomorrow.

Enjoy my first pictures of beautiful Bardolino in Italy!

That’s the hotel we are staying at. Conveniently located, close to the lake and so far the staff has been nice as well. I stayed here a couple of years ago already, so it wasn’t a big surprise.

 

A billboard with death notices which are posted throughout the town. It feels more personal somehow because it implies that people still know each other.

 

Three views of the lake. I love water and I especially love how it sparkles in the sun. Probably the only thing that I like that sparkles.

 

There was a group of baby ducks. So cute, so fuzzy. So many pictures were taken. I spare you the details and only post one.

 

Sooo many boats. And a reminder that last year my mom and I decided to get a boat license which we, surprise – surprise, haven’t managed to do yet. Maybe next year we will be able to rent a boat. Let’s keep that on the bucket list!

 

Very random shot of my water-glass.


It’s the shadow of the bird. Very funny, the little sparrows are extremely well fed and like to steal bread. It’s so much fun to watch them as they hop between the tables. They also come pretty close, so you really have to be careful or you’ll end up with a bird on your head.

More on the background of my trip will come up tomorrow! Plus pictures of Lazise and other shenanigans!

Sleep tight and dream of distant places,

Eva

2 thoughts on “Travel Diary: Lago di Garda Day 1

  1. Elisa says:

    Haha, Eva, haven’t you heard of “don’t drink an blog” 😉 I’m so envious. Would love to finally see the Lago di Garda, too.

    • Eva says:

      Haha, no, never heard of it. Should have, though. It’s always worth a trip and with it only being 4hrs away (from Munich) it’s a perfect weekend trip destination!

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