B & B Livia Oliva
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... it she was sold. (Now for the trick of bringing them home). After a little shopping it was time to get a bite to eat and we had heard about this little pizza place that was supposed to have the best pizza. Whoa they weren't kidding. Huge slices of authentic Italian pizza with some amazing topping. We could even watch the owner make them right in front of you. I think we could have just pitted in here for the whole day and ate. ...
... is an engineer and needs to know how things are going to work and doesn't cope well when they don't. " haha lots of laughing as us girls realised we were both with Steves, and they were both engineers.
Good fun experience with these two Kiwis.
The Kiwis left and Womby got the bill. We were 1.50 short of the bill. Bugger, they wouldn't take a travel card, cash only. We needed cash out so Steve asked directions to an ATM while I waited at the ...
... by the very kind owner, Pietro.
Again, we were fortunate with accommodations. Great location, right on the canal, quiet and clean. Having spent a tranquil few days in the mountains, we needed to get used to the crowds and busy pace of this popular tourist town. We had practiced some Italian phrases, but found that the wait staff were predominately English speaking with signs and menus in English. Our attempts to order gelato in ...
... 8217;t us, y’all…’ I quipped as I walked away.
Later that evening when Roisin was drying her hair, I advised her not to have the hair dryer on too loud as she’ll have the neighbours complaining!!!
For dinner we decided to take Davide up on his offer and visited the Symphony dining room. There was a 50-minute wait. We put out name down and received a pager. We then spotted Davide who saw us and held 2 fingers before scurrying off. We waited ...
... south of the city, because there one sees the all day life "Venetian" style: all kind of boats! The tourist hop on hop off boats, the vaporetto's, the ferries to the Lido and to Murano (and other islands), but also, the carabinieri boat, the waste collecting boat, the DHL boat which looks a little worn out, the ambulance boat, very noisy, the "truck" boat just to transport things, like drinks ...