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what can I say? More boat rides, more museums.... We decided to give our new plan for getting to the Magic a dry run to see if it was even possible. So we took the vaporetto to Pl Roma, walked over to the people mover, confirmed that indeed the lift is non functional which would have meant carrying our luggage up 2 or 3 flights of stairs, riding the people mover a dissapointingly short ...
... in a popcorn bucket, the spring rolls were just too good to be missed, soups and soufflés served in test tubes and mini ramekins, a Chinese combination with Kung Pao Chicken, sweet and sour chicken, stir fry veggies and a few other flavours with rice, Taco Royale served with hand ground guacamole mixed by Darrell. We repeated our desserts, they were so good we couldn't resist.
Next we were off to the show. It was a fun gala style ...
... glass mirror makes the room feel like a mini-palace. The girl at the desk, Ambra has managed to make us feel like old friends within ten minutes and Robin is very pleased with our digs. Our first order of business --- for Robin is to exchange her leftover kunas for euros (my budgeted amount left me with exactly one 2-kuna coin approximately 10 cents) and my hunt for lunch. We were both successful. I had the most delicious vegetarian bruschetta ...
... and Katie enjoyed a local bierro. It was extremely hard to decide what to order, as everything on the menu looked so delicious. They offered gourmet pizzas, calzones the size of CFL footballs, pasta dishes and local specialties. We finally made our decisions. Pamela couldn't resist the four cheese gnocchi, served with thick slices of freshly shaved Parmesan cheese and a plate full of grilled prawns while Katie feasted on (bib and all) fresh spaghettini with the ...
We left venice today nice and early to head off to Naples. We were warned that the actual city is a ***** hole and it's not far wrong. The streets are crowded and manic and (as I read in the guide book) to cross the road you have to "go with a local and hope the car stops". We made the most of it by having a lovely meal in the restaurant by our hotel. We have worked out that in Italy they have lots of little meals in most restaurants. Was a very nice meal. Excited to got to Pompeii ...
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