When we came up the stairs at 8 o'clock, one of the girls could not walk and suggested taking the elevator to come up again. The stairs were a little difficult to walk, but when we got to the top of the building and went down, we could almost see the whole Verona as we climbed the mountain.
In Verona's Vanilla Square and Lord's Square, you can see the tower from the top of your head. The brick-red tower, called Longbertita, is 84 meters high. The tower was built in 1172, but was struck by lightning in 1403, and later repaired with different materials, so two different materials, red brick and marble, can be seen throughout the tower.
It's very close to Juliet's former residence, and it's also a very distinctive place.
Lamberti, Opportunity overlooking Verona, 27 Capello Street, not far from Vanilla Square, the quiet red-brick courtyard is Juliet's home. Comparing with the crowds mourning for love, Romeo's former residence, which is a block away, seems to be a bit of a doormat.
It's the tallest building in Verona. The Little Red Roof is the architectural feature of Italy as a whole. It's like Italian sausage.
Not far from Vanilla Square, 27 Capello Street, the quiet red-brick courtyard is Juliet's home.