My Fantastic, Amazing Holiday In Italy 2015 (Day 1 – Day 4)

Day 1

First we got up at 5:00 in the morning and packed our suitcases and got a taxi to Manchester Airport to catch the plane to Venice (Venezia) Airport by Monarch Airline.

Getting on the plane at Manchester Airport

When we got to Venice we went to a pizza (pizzeria) restaurant and had dinner I had spaghetti with mussels and clams.

Then we went to Negrar to go to our Mario Apartment and unpacked our bags and I went out on to the balcony. Afterwards we went out for tea at Pizzeria Florida and had pizza for tea.

My pizza at Pizzeria Florida

My pizza at Pizzeria Florida

Day 2


First we had a walk in the vineyards (vigneti) near our apartment. Then later in the day we went to Molina to go to Parco Delle Cascate which is a waterfall place on a mountain, so we had to walk down the mountain for fifteen minutes up and down hill. Parco Delle Cascate has a swing that goes into the waterfall and a zipwire going over a bridge and I got stuck next to the bridge on the zippppppppppppppppwire woooooooooo hoooooooooooo!

This is the swing

Me climbing a climbing stone

Me climbing a climbing stone

This is one of the water f a l l s

This is one of the water f

After about one hour and a half we had to go back to the car.

Day 3


On day 3 we went to Verona to go to a  Roman Ampitheartre that is now used for Opera.

Part of the Ampitheartre

Part of the Ampitheartre

Then I had a pear sorbet. Before our ice cream we went to Juliet’s Balcony and to Romeo’s house and then to a castle called: Castel San Pietro.

This is the view from the TALL-TALL-TALL castle

This is the view from the TALL-TALL-TALL castle

Then we went  back to the apartment, but stopped at a café to have toasties and pancakes (crepes).

My cherry pancakes (crepes)

My cherry pancakes (crepes)

Day 4

Venice (Venezia)

The next day we caught a train from Verona Porta Nuova to Venice (Venezia) and walked from Cannaregio to S. Marco and went to a restaurant for dinner. (There are 6 main islands. They are called Cannaregio, San Marco, San Polo, Castello, Santa Croce and Dorsodura.)

A Basilica (cathelic church)

Venice salute

Me and Georgia got new hats. After that we went to Dorsoduro and went to a Catholic church and took photos of interesting things.

Venice Salute

Venice Salute

Then we went to a bar and I had some Fanta and normal orange juice. We also had our tea which was Cicchetti and some apple pie ice cream and a mixed berries ice cream. Then we went to the station and caught the train back to Verona Porta Nuova.

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11 comments on “My Fantastic, Amazing Holiday In Italy 2015 (Day 1 – Day 4)” so far

  1. Grandma

    Wow, that sounds like an amazing holiday. All the food sounds very yummy and the crepes look delicious in the photo. You are very lucky going to all of those places, I have always wanted to go to Italy but haven’t been yet. Maybe one day. The zip wire sounds very exciting although I don’t like the thought of you getting stuck on it.

    I really enjoyed reading about your holiday and seeing the photos.
    See you soon,
    Lots of love grom Grandma. Xxxx

    1. Dillon Post author

      I thought I was stuck but daddy got a rope that was used to tie the seat to a fence when nobody was using it and walked across the bridge, so that I could get off. Look out for my next blog about my holiday soon. ☺ ☻

  2. Grandad

    Your first 4 days of the holiday looked very exiting.I would have loved to have a go on the zip wire.
    Italy is a very interesting country to visit and you managed to see some of the famous parts.
    All the food looked very tasty,I know you would have enjoyed eating it.
    I’m looking forward to reading the next part of the holiday blog.Love the way you’ve arranged the letters on falls,dropping down.

  3. Mummy

    I loved Italy. The seats in the Roman theatre were so hot that they burnt my bum!

    We had to walk up some pretty big steep hills to get to the castle & from the waterfall park. It was a shame the castle was closed for repairs I would have loved to go inside.

  4. Grandad Keith

    What a fantastic place Italy looks I wish I could have been there. Italian food is my favourite. It looks like you, Georgia mum and Dad had a fantastic holiday.

  5. Auntie Lisa

    Wow Dillon it sounds like you had the most amazing holiday! I am so jealous of that pizza! Italy is one of my favourite places because I love pizza so much 🙂 You were very brave to go on the swing near the waterfall (I like how you made the letters in waterfall go downwards by the way- very clever!) The photos of the crepes have made me feel hungry! Xxx


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