Residenza degli Angeli
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Dan and I found a nice outdoor ristorante in the sun in Stefano square and sat there for at least an hour people watching, while we had spaghetti loaded with seafood. We were then going to go to the museum at the Doges Palace but we were museumed out, so instead we just took a long walk back towards our hotel arriving around 4:00.
We had tasty Italian take-out for dinner in our room. Getting ready for a full Last day ...
... of the Paul and Shark store, which was a landmark at the corner where we turn toward St Marks Square. Workers were busy rebuilding the interior. We stopped at my favorite cappuccino stop on the square, rested and of course had a cappuccino and then continued walking. The city as usual was full of tourists. We continued walking until we came across da Rafaele, a restaurant that we ate at on our first trip to ...
... was a music teacher, had been to Australia on a tour with students, knew Brisbane, was interesting lovely lady to talk to.
During dinner the fire works took off, they went for about 45 minutes, hahaha Australia not only has awesome beaches, you just cant beat our fire works display either. Was cute though, fire works are always awesome, they make you feel like a kid, and warm and fuzzy. Lots of cheering,lots of clapping, Steve took ...
... our apartment comes highly recommended on Tripadvisor. We are seated outside near the canal. Dianne and I have heard about the specialty, spaghetti marinara so try that, Josh has ravioli and Bianca another spaghetti dish. Add bread and wine for the older ones and we were ready to tuck in. Wow, as we say a quick prayer to Jehovah, we really are amazed to be here doing this. The marinara is one of the best meals I have ever eaten, Dianne agrees and the kids enjoy theirs as well ...
Arrived yesterday after just under 4 hours in a high speed train – up to 250km/hr! So quiet and easy – very different from Vietnam. Venice is as beautiful as I remember. Lovely little “streets” and quaint shops. Lots of steps up and over bridges. Just found out that July ...