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i'm Achille and i live in Venice Italy. I would like to publish some information about my City.
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... was simple but wonderful - pasta, salad and a small wine in a huge glass. We splurged on local delicacies from a pasticceria on our way home. (See separate note on carb overload.) Plus I couldn't resist visiting a supermarket to marvel at the local produce - breads, olives, cheeses, prosciutto, cheese and prosciutto, cheese wrapped in prosciutto - all divine. And after tucking Nanna into bed, I roamed around the streets for a bit, just breathing it all in. Love ...
... spilled over into a side market. There were some fish, and other seafood that was unfamiliar to me but was so very interesting.
Decided to buy ourselves some shrimp and fix an shrimp alfredo with fresh pasta. The Rialto market only runs in the morning and so was a very busy place. We went to the Rialto market twice buying veggies and shrimp and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
... a Spreezy.
On tasting the flakey pastry with the creamy centre Avezzana immediately resigned his command, and in 1834 left Italy and went into business in New York City, where he married an Irish lady and led a quiet mercantile life running a chain of cannoli stores until the revolutions of 1848 fired his patriot blood again. Avezzana survived many battles as a soldier but sadly in the twilight of his life while eating a cannolo, he sucked in ...
... stone paved streets. We can see where stone has been mended or regrouted, or carefully repaired. We speak to a Dubrovnik local who says she still lives in the house where she was born, which has a lot of large rooms, but says many people are subdividing their homes into holiday apartments which are being sold for up to $8,000 US per square metre! The way of the future, she thinks. Later we find a cafe and spend an hour watching people come and go. My tea arrives with lemon ...