This was perhaps the most interesting place we stayed in while travelling in Italy. On the plus side the accomodation itself was very nice and was very well priced (70 euro per night) and Verona itself was amazing. The Casa is located in a small village called Avesa and it is easy enough to catch a bus in and out of Verona. On the down side, the owners were away for the 2 night s we stayed and we were looked after by a nice enough young girl - but communication in English was a problem. We received no information about Verona or Avesa, which was incredible given that Avesa was holding a Fiesta over 2 nights (the nights we were staying) in the lawned area directly outside the Casa (and behind the church). Breakfast was limited and average. Now the most amazing part of our stay was the total unfriendliness of the locals, which was in stark contrast with how we found other areas of Italy. We took the opportunity to drop into the fiesta on both evenings and felt very unwelcomed. This extended to the following day when locals refused to say hello or even acknoweldge us when we said hello. I get the impression that tourists are not welcome in Avesa, which is a sahme because the accomodation itself is good.
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