And I didn't have to wait long. Excuse me while I make a dent in this.
NO....I didn't eat the whole thing, but I did finish my glass of Bardilino, which was wonderful and cost only 2.5€, or about $3.50. You can buy a bottle for as little as 4€, which is about $5.50. Considering the price of a bottle in the U.S., I wish I could carry a few bottles back in my suitcase.
I like Bardolino as much as I liked Lazise. Lake Garda is really beautiful and all these small towns on its shores are charming. Look at these views I have at this very moment.
It's a dark day with off and on rain and occasional bursts of sunshine through the clouds. I took a bus first to the town of Garda, which is about half the size of Bardolino.
Then I hopped another bus to Bardolina. There are lots of shops and restaurants in Bardolina, enough to keep you busy for an afternoon.
And you see a number of older stone houses as you wander through the town.
The local church had a beautiful fresco above the altar.
It didn't start raining seriously until I got off the bus at the stop closest to where I'm staying. So my feet got a bit wet, but I'm happy that I decided to venture out in spite of the dismal weather forecast. Because how many people can say they drank Bardolino in Bardolino? Okay, a few hundred thousand, or maybe millions, but I'm one of 'em!