I'm no history buff... as a matter of fact the only memories of my history class in school are:
1.) World History (Ettl) Sophomore year; got the nickname "Frankie" because there were 6 other kids with names that start with "Chris".
2.) First class I ever skipped with my then boyfriend, now husband.
3.) Learned the meaning of risk vs. reward. I will not get into that here.
4.) Got to dress up as a nun for a presentation that I didn't prepare for (due to the lack of attendance) and was pretty evident that I was the beacon for irony.
Yes, we saw Juliette's balcony. But it's not really her balcony and I knew that going in, but it's just one of those bucket list things so check check and check on that.
Husband and I get sorta side tracked when we're surround by people, something to do with our low tolerance to inconvenience and crowds. So, we attempted for about two seconds to find Juliette's tomb and/or
Anyway, all in all it was a great trip. If I were somewhat at all into history or even a smidgen motivated to have read something, anything, about Verona I think I would have basked in the glory a bit more. But what I did see I'm happy with. =)