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We had no internet in the hotel last night so I'm writing yesterday's entry today on our way to Rome. So yesterday, Friday, we left Austria and made our way to ITALY!! It is absolutely just like the postcards. It may be the wine and pasta talking but it was an absolutely amazing day. We traveled for a fair bit but left early in the morning to ensure we had enough time in Venice, the floating city. I knew that Carnival was coming up but it actually started today, so ...
... 45 pm, the piazza had filled with water, giving several of our tour group wet feet! We had been further inland and oblivious! After a while, grappa consumed, we headed out, as the place was getting quite crowded. The piazza is full, and there are competing orchestras on each side. It started to sprinkle just as we turned down our street. Not long after reaching our room, we heard thunder, and it poured. Good timing on our part! Our tour mates will either be getting wet or plastered! ...
... selling exquisite lace work found only in this region. Only 3000 inhabitants and no hotels on this island. A very picturesque island!!! Here the air is clean and the crowds gone. Then a group luncheon traditional style, organised by our host, which took a couple of hours. Fresh fish being the emphasis, prawns, clams, St. Johns fish??? All very nice. Weather is great as usual. Then shopping - M bought a traditional tablecloth. ...
... and non-touristy....he sent us to an extremely quiet neighborhood square that had only one restaurant. We sat outside, and in true European style, our meal took over two hours! We did not have any pasta, believe it or not! It was sliced steak and mashed potatoes and we ordered roasted potatoes, too....and eggplant...it was all very good, especially the beef....but not what we traditionally think of as Italian food! Very interesting! It was also fun to see that the proprietor appeared ...
... which also did the grand canal!!! hindsight!) and went around to Tronchetto were we had parked.
Somehow, everyone had held on all day as it cost 2euros for a bathroom in Venice. The WC at the carpark was the discount price of 1euro. Relieved, we headed back to Montebello Vicento with a stop at Lidl along the way for supplies for dinner.
Lidl is the same as the Australian supermarket Aldi - so we feel very at home in this store, and as much as ...