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NikkiHip
NikkiHip
(Apprentice)
February 20th 2019
4:41am

Zimbabwe

Verona is located in the north Italy, it was founded by Roman in the internal meander of Adige river and with its two houndres years of history is one of the most important destination for everyone who loves literature,culture and history.Verona hostes many roman structures such as the Arena,Arco dei Gavi,Porta Borsari and Porta Leona.
Morover medieval buildings as Castelvecchio,Arche Acaligere,Juliet’s House and Lamberti’s Tower contribute in creating a magic atmosphere; however the charm peak will be reached on Ponte Pietra with its wonderful landscape which give extra value to the city.

Verona is easy to reach, not so far from Garda Lake (30 km), you need only to take one Atv Bus from Sirmione,Lazise;Bardolino,Malcesine,Peschiera,Riva del Garda,Brenzone,Torri del Benaco and Desenzano to come here and to enjoy our citysightseeingIn addition the train station is only 1 km aloof from the city center; also Villafranca airport is only 15 km distant.
Moreover Verona offers a wide range of choices considering restaurants,bars and shops but you should try our ice cream from Gelateria Ponte Pietra and Savoia.
Returning to our main theme, you can visit all Verona by walking or by bike, anyway the best way to appreciate Verona is by Segway to save your time and energy a two-wheeled self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle.
Don’t lose this possibility.

Verona Italy: Riding a Segway PT inside the second largest Roman city!

From the perfect “Roman” warp of the streets, squares, walls and the Arena amphitheatre, to the pure “Romanic” and “Gothic” style of the beautiful churches and monuments you may visit during the tour.

Let’s be ready to discover the most beautiful and interesting part of the city, the most ancient, facing south and cradled by a bend of the river.

After we get to know our Segway PT, from viale Colonnello Galliano – parking and meeting point for the training – we reach Porta Palio and ride past the roundabout along the cycle path facing Porta/via Piccoli.

Another easy cycle path leads us straight to Castelvecchio, a residence of Della Scala family, whose internal restoration is a marvellous example of contemporary architecture. Riding our Segway PT we cross the Della Scala bridge and pause in the park on the other bank of the river, to enjoy a view on the bridge and castle. Afterwards we cross corso Castelvecchio to get onto via Roma to reach piazza Bra and the Arena.

Exciting moments of deep romanticism may be lived thanks to our Segway PT that will lead us until Giulietta’s House, in via Cappello.

Mercato Vecchio’s court, Piazza dei Signori and Arche Scaligere will follow, until Santa Anastasia and piazza Erbe (Verona’s Roman forum).

Tour proceeds Under the “portoni” of Corso and Porta Borsari (ancient collection point of the bishop’s duty) and back, on the stradone Porta Palio.


NikkiHip
NikkiHip
(Apprentice)
February 19th 2019
6:26am

Zimbabwe

Verona is located in the north Italy, it was founded by Roman in the internal meander of Adige river and with its two houndres years of history is one of the most important destination for everyone who loves literature,culture and history.Verona hostes many roman structures such as the Arena,Arco dei Gavi,Porta Borsari and Porta Leona.
Morover medieval buildings as Castelvecchio,Arche Acaligere,Juliet’s House and Lamberti’s Tower contribute in creating a magic atmosphere; however the charm peak will be reached on Ponte Pietra with its wonderful landscape which give extra value to the city.

Verona is easy to reach, not so far from Garda Lake (30 km), you need only to take one Atv Bus from Sirmione,Lazise;Bardolino,Malcesine,Peschiera,Riva del Garda,Brenzone,Torri del Benaco and Desenzano to come here and to enjoy our citysightseeingIn addition the train station is only 1 km aloof from the city center; also Villafranca airport is only 15 km distant.
Moreover Verona offers a wide range of choices considering restaurants,bars and shops but you should try our ice cream from Gelateria Ponte Pietra and Savoia.
Returning to our main theme, you can visit all Verona by walking or by bike, anyway the best way to appreciate Verona is by Segway to save your time and energy a two-wheeled self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle.
Don’t lose this possibility.

Verona Italy: Riding a Segway PT inside the second largest Roman city!

From the perfect “Roman” warp of the streets, squares, walls and the Arena amphitheatre, to the pure “Romanic” and “Gothic” style of the beautiful churches and monuments you may visit during the tour.

Let’s be ready to discover the most beautiful and interesting part of the city, the most ancient, facing south and cradled by a bend of the river.

After we get to know our Segway PT, from viale Colonnello Galliano – parking and meeting point for the training – we reach Porta Palio and ride past the roundabout along the cycle path facing Porta/via Piccoli.

Another easy cycle path leads us straight to Castelvecchio, a residence of Della Scala family, whose internal restoration is a marvellous example of contemporary architecture. Riding our Segway PT we cross the Della Scala bridge and pause in the park on the other bank of the river, to enjoy a view on the bridge and castle. Afterwards we cross corso Castelvecchio to get onto via Roma to reach piazza Bra and the Arena.

Exciting moments of deep romanticism may be lived thanks to our Segway PT that will lead us until Giulietta’s House, in via Cappello.

Mercato Vecchio’s court, Piazza dei Signori and Arche Scaligere will follow, until Santa Anastasia and piazza Erbe (Verona’s Roman forum).

Tour proceeds Under the “portoni” of Corso and Porta Borsari (ancient collection point of the bishop’s duty) and back, on the stradone Porta Palio.


NikkiHip
NikkiHip
(Apprentice)
February 15th 2019
8:09am

Zimbabwe

Verona is located in the north Italy, it was founded by Roman in the internal meander of Adige river and with its two houndres years of history is one of the most important destination for everyone who loves literature,culture and history.Verona hostes many roman structures such as the Arena,Arco dei Gavi,Porta Borsari and Porta Leona.
Morover medieval buildings as Castelvecchio,Arche Acaligere,Juliet’s House and Lamberti’s Tower contribute in creating a magic atmosphere; however the charm peak will be reached on Ponte Pietra with its wonderful landscape which give extra value to the city.

Verona is easy to reach, not so far from Garda Lake (30 km), you need only to take one Atv Bus from Sirmione,Lazise;Bardolino,Malcesine,Peschiera,Riva del Garda,Brenzone,Torri del Benaco and Desenzano to come here and to enjoy our citysightseeingIn addition the train station is only 1 km aloof from the city center; also Villafranca airport is only 15 km distant.
Moreover Verona offers a wide range of choices considering restaurants,bars and shops but you should try our ice cream from Gelateria Ponte Pietra and Savoia.
Returning to our main theme, you can visit all Verona by walking or by bike, anyway the best way to appreciate Verona is by Segway to save your time and energy a two-wheeled self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle.
Don’t lose this possibility.

Verona Italy: Riding a Segway PT inside the second largest Roman city!

From the perfect “Roman” warp of the streets, squares, walls and the Arena amphitheatre, to the pure “Romanic” and “Gothic” style of the beautiful churches and monuments you may visit during the tour.

Let’s be ready to discover the most beautiful and interesting part of the city, the most ancient, facing south and cradled by a bend of the river.

After we get to know our Segway PT, from viale Colonnello Galliano – parking and meeting point for the training – we reach Porta Palio and ride past the roundabout along the cycle path facing Porta/via Piccoli.

Another easy cycle path leads us straight to Castelvecchio, a residence of Della Scala family, whose internal restoration is a marvellous example of contemporary architecture. Riding our Segway PT we cross the Della Scala bridge and pause in the park on the other bank of the river, to enjoy a view on the bridge and castle. Afterwards we cross corso Castelvecchio to get onto via Roma to reach piazza Bra and the Arena.

Exciting moments of deep romanticism may be lived thanks to our Segway PT that will lead us until Giulietta’s House, in via Cappello.

Mercato Vecchio’s court, Piazza dei Signori and Arche Scaligere will follow, until Santa Anastasia and piazza Erbe (Verona’s Roman forum).

Tour proceeds Under the “portoni” of Corso and Porta Borsari (ancient collection point of the bishop’s duty) and back, on the stradone Porta Palio.


NikkiHip
NikkiHip
(Apprentice)
February 10th 2019
7:24pm

Zimbabwe

Il voyage ha una durata di 2 ore e percorre il seguente itinerario:
Portoni della Bra
Verona Arena
Castelvecchio
Arco dei Gavi
Porta Borsari
Corso Porta Borsari
Piazza delle Erbe
Palazzo della Ragione
Piazza dei Signori
Arche Scaligere
Chiesa Santa Anastasia
Cattedrale Santa Maria Matricolare
Ponte Pietra
Casa di Giulietta
Il tour della durata di un’ora, invece, non fa le tappe della Cattedrale Santa Maria Matricolare, Ponte Pietra e Teatro Romano.

Segway Verona Jaunt propone un modo originale per visitare la storica citta sull'Adige. Il Segway e un veicolo elettrico, auto-bilanciante di facile utilizzo, ideale per famiglie, coppie, individui che vogliono visitare la citta da una nuova prospettiva, senza fatica e con l'accompagnamento di direct esperte.
Segway Tour Verona:
Eccomi qui davanti all'Arena con appropriate ragazzi tedeschi alla scoperta di Verona sopra al Segway, un modo nuovo e dinamico di girare per la citta.
Per avere informazioni su questo innovativo metodo per effettuare una visita a Verona clicca qui.

https://www.regiondo.it/segway-historic-tour-in-verona
https://www.getyourguide.com/verona-l389/verona-2-hour-segway-historic-tour-t68906/


NikkiHip
NikkiHip
(Apprentice)
February 7th 2019
5:42pm

Zimbabwe

See more of Verona’s essential landmarks in less time, and enjoy an entertaining way to get around, when you book a small-group Segway tour of the city. Numerous departure times are offered daily, and all safety equipment is provided. Following a brief training session, you’ll set off to discover the ancient Verona Arena, Juliet’s House, Castelvecchio, and more, all while learning about the city’s rich history from an accompanying audio guide.

Read more about 2-Hour Segway Historic Tour in Verona 2019 - https://www.viator.com/tours/Verona/2-Hour-Segway-Historic-Tour-in-Verona/d945-39286P7?mcid=56757

A small-group tour lets you get up close and personal with the sights Segways, helmets, and a training session are all provided See more of Verona’s major landmarks in less time, and travel in comfort Learn more about the city and its long history from an audio tour

Read more about 2-Hour Segway Historic Tour in Verona 2019 - https://www.viator.com/tours/Verona/2-Hour-Segway-Historic-Tour-in-Verona/d945-39286P7?mcid=56757


Sieveman
Sieveman
(Apprentice)
December 29th 2016
4:55pm

United States

I have a question for you MisMag822 - I bought my 11 y/o nephew an invisible deck, because at Thanksgiving I did the trick on him and he said he wanted to do it.  So for Christmas this year I got him his own invisible deck.  When I was showing him how it works, hearts matched with Spades, cards add up to 13, red Kings are odd, etc... Well his hands aren't big enough to "fan out" the cards.  I told him to do it where he had to spread them out straight (not like an arc like a normal fan) and when he got to the card he needed to get to set down the top half of deck of cards and the bottom half of the deck  to split the cards.  I don't know how else to explain how I told him to spread.  Is there some other way for him to do it until he gets a little older and his hands get bigger and is able to fan the cards like normal? 

Thanks in advance.
Kevin
PS I told him to come to your YouTube page for more instructions on other tricks.


aisaustin
aisaustin
(Apprentice)
July 8th 2015
12:52pm

United States

I got an invisiblle deck and it tricks so many people!


KRISH2003
KRISH2003
(Apprentice)
August 31st 2014
12:06pm

United States Minor Outlying Islands

this was a good one mismag822

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