Ca' Delle Acque
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... they didn't. Oh well.
After the eh food, I decided I just needed the chocolate-covered, bigger-than-your-fist merengue I saw in some window. It cost a fraction of what the meal cost, and was many times better tasting- an excellent choice.
... through the canals, shouting in Venetian to alert the other boats we were rounding the corners, and out onto the lagoon. The interesting thing about the Venetian waterways is unless the area is dredged, like the Grand Canal is for larger crafts to pass through, you are never more then waist deep even when you are between islands. You can feel as though you are out in the middle of the ocean but you could walk back to ...
... choose mystery bites of fishes and cheese and savories to be enjoyed canal side with our wine.
Vaporetto ride down the Grand Canal to our stop, San Toma. Back in our apartment, watching the sun go down, studying Giulia's list of recommended restaurants. Choose the closest, Trattoria San Toma. Beautiful night for alfresco dinner in a courtyard between two ancient churches. Risotto with frutti di mare was excellent, and waiters were welcoming. A very good start.
... with the minimum of fuss.
Having been to Venice 6 time before, and to save yet more time, we bought our bus ticket from an automat machine whilst waiting for our luggage to arrive on the carousel.
Despite having visited Venice 6 times before, this will actually be the first time we are staying in Venice itself. Prior to this trip we have stayed in places such as Mestre and Terresa that are small towns that lay outside of the Venice City ...
... as we wanted to climb the Campanile di San Marco (St Mark's bell tower) The views were incredible, and we could even see as far as the mountains. We spent a long time looking at the view, until we had frozen! Afterwards we ate lunch and then walked towards an area of the city which we hadn't explored. We were heading for the church on the end of the spike opposite where we were, and when we got there we had lovely 360degree views of the water. We had to leave to get the ...