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... other people do over babies. Michelle asked for a table in her best Italian (which is pretty bloody good by the way) and was answered in english with a blunt "kitchens closed". Are we in Perth we wondered? Then realised it was nearly 10pm haha. Found another place which was touristy but they were friendly, prices were good and the food was better than expected.
Sherry fading by now so made Michelle navigate us back to the apartment. She did very well ...
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Monday, December 1, 2014
We'd heard all the bad things about Venice: the crowds, the tourist ripoffs, the mediocre food, the acqua alta (high water), the disneyland-esque ...
... leave too early as our rendezvous with our hostess in Venice was around 2.30 pm. Back to the arena for brunch. The most opulent toilets yet! Erwin had earlier paid €1.50 for pee - he believes his most expensive yet. We re lucky in Australia many services are free. But I believe food is a lot cheaper here. We drove just over an hour to Plaza Roma where Lee dropped us off with all the luggage. ...
... Wow, talk about an introduction to Venice, as we cruised down the Canal Grande we looked and pointed at more beautiful architecture and lovely balconies. The canal was alive with vapretto, traghettos and gondalas transporting thousands of snap happy tourists to their Veneto accommodation. Once at our stop we made our way off the vapretto and found ourselves in this tiny narrow street, no wider than our suitcases. We dragged our ...
We met up with a local who would take us on a walking tour of the city. He showed us around Piazzo San Marco before taking us down the different alleyways and explaining the history of Venice and the venetian masks. There are shops of masks everywhere you turn as well as cafes. The tour ended at the Rialto bridge where we split to explore the city further. Ashleigh, Jess, Tamara, Ella, David, Dave (TD), Taylor and I found a nice restaurant close to where we ...