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... engraved tooth picks(I know, it's Italian)!
Phillip opted for two courses...he has been missing his much loved Sushi since we have been away (a daily lunch ritual at home). so the temptation to have raw fish when he saw it on the menu was too much! Then followed chicken broth risotto with truffles. He scored both 10/10.
As a part of my pre-planning visit to Venice I downloaded thru Kindle a booked named "The Venice Experiment". It's written by ...
... pace hastening and our window shopping being fast tracked. Little did I know he was on a mission to get to the railway station on the mainland to have his 'gunzel' session. After walking for miles through cobbled streets and lane ways, over multiple bridges, having to ask someone on every corner in his best Italian accent pronounced traina stationey (hand gestures included), we finally reached there. In a lather of sweat complete with ...
... to be there. We made our way through the square to the hotel. The hotel held wonderful memories as it was the same one Mick and Cathy stayed with Cathy's mom back in 2001. There were lovely views of a canal alongside the hotel although we commented that the Hard Rock Cafe had not been there 13 years ago!
Venice is a city in northeastern Italy sited on a group of 118 small islands separated by canals ...
... but it tasted like mouthwash the alcohol level was about 45%!!! Horrible... but ok I finished off my little plastic shot glass.. mom gave hers away. Well that ought to keep me warm in the rain!!Did the tour then back on the vaporetto to the port and back on tour bus heading for hotel.Thursday morning (July10)up early to eat and get back again to the port to catch water taxi to Venice. There was a walking tour organized with a local ...
... and said we could have it for 80 euros. We decided to forget about the other hotel and all the money we had paid for it back in Sydney. We'd rather spend the extra 30 euros for the convenience of being closer to the station and the delicious breakfast buffet. Once we were finished with the hotel palaver it was already 2pm and we were hungry and tired. Throughout our entire trip we didn't really have even a hint of jet lag. Until this day. We were so tired. We attempted to ...