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... of the arvo weaving through this alley and that to get to the Rialto bridge, which was souvenir and photograph heaven. Everyone has things they like to collect when they travel. For me it's postcards. But on the way back to the people mover, we found out one of the girls likes to collect posters (surely one of the more difficult things to collect?) and she found one that she really wanted. But it was glued down with poster glue, and was taking forever to try ...
... a table open outside. Took our seats and were told that dinner did not start until 6:30 but in the meantime the waiter brought us an appetizer of sliced tomato, mozzarello, grilled veggies with bread. All very nice to say nothing of all the great people watching.
Dinner was steak for Laura and fish for Robert. Back to Calle dei Preti for a last glass of wine, some blogging and laughing as we got ready for our new adventure.
... are ready. The walk back to Cannareggio is enjoyable again, this time I get to chat to three American photographers, this time only about lighting, settings etc. Although it is supposed to be shoulder season there are plenty of tourists around, especially when the cruise ships arrive. Arrive home for breakfast and to see what can be done about the bed leg.
Turns out Luca the owner will fix that, he arrives and without fuss pronounces he will be back later in the day with ...
... trashy touristy stores we saw. It wasn't until sunset, that the true essence of Venice came alive. This is when we understood why Venice is considered a romantic and beautiful city. We think that is when all the people on cruise ships were gone, that it felt we could finally breathe. Don't get me wrong, Venice during the day is beautiful as well, but it takes a bit more effort to look past the touristy "stuff" ...
... chocolate. Amazing! Few hours later we were in Venice. Our campsite there was quite good, but the showers were super dodgy. Wouldn't want to go there again just because of that. There was a bar/club and supermarket though which was good. The first night there we didn't do much. Had a couple of 3euro breezers at the bar and that's it. Dinner started with a shot of Lemon-cello each and a biscuit and dip platter. *JUST REALIZED I FORGOT TO WRITE AN IMPORTANT DETAIL IN ONE OF ...