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... in the shop windows and just enjoying all the buildings in Venice. Back to Calle dei Preti to rest and then fix another fine meal.
While fixing dinner, get to watch the comings and goings on the bridge. From my point of view, this is the beginning of the narrow winding streets of Venice and people stop to get their bearings, take a selfie or eat a piece of pizza from the vendor on the other side of the bridge.
... saw fishermen laying out nets for repair.
By the time Video Girl and Battery Boy arrived at the restaurant they were quite frazzled by the heat and getting lost but this was soon forgotten after being poured a welcome drink of the 2002 Bisol Metodo Classico Pas Dose prosecco.
The restaurant chef, Antonia Klugmann offers an a la carte menu and a menu degustazione. Video Girl and Battery Boy agreed on the degustation with ...
... free evening. Free time has been pretty rare so far so Craig and I took the chance to find a laundromat, funnily, so did a few others and so with beer, wine and snacks..we soon had a laundry party. We continued our socialising back in the alfresco area at the hotel, consequently there were a few sore heads the next morning when we had our early start. Craig and I were OK, thankfully Robyn and Roberto has previously introduced us to the potency of Limoncello so we knew to pace ...
... turning quite chilly and neither of us had much in the way of a coat with us decided to head back and go check into the new hotel. To get value for money, we took the train which was about a 10 minute ride. We actually managed to find the hotel in good time too!
Second hotel near Venice - will the hairdryer be as good?
Hairdryer Score - 9/10 - another superb one - again dryed as ...
... not. It was kinda cool drinking coffee crowded around a computer with 4 other Aussies watching the second half! It was also good because we were trying to recruit people to join us on a gondola ride to keep the costs down. So we befriended Mel and Kim, 2 school teachers from Brisbane and Omar, a dude from Cali-fawn-YA, and hopped on a bus to Venice! Venice is lovely. It's one of those famous places that you've known about for so long and seen it in so ...