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- This morning be bid Vienna farewell, leaving much to are for another time, and motor south towards Italy. We climb through the Austrian alps, beautiful with late snow, tiny villages sprrinklef among the hillsides. This is farming lasnd where families band together toto produce organic products, very desirable in Vienna. We catch our first sight of the Dolomite mountains and pass through many tunnerls descending ...
... there was our smiling Italiana waving at us. "Buon Giorno!" and "Pasta or riso?" We chose pasta and followed her through a maze of colorful fruit and vegetables to her favorite fishmonger. From the icy tables stacked with exotic Adriatic shellfish and giant unbutchered tuna and swordfish, she hand picked four shimmery branzino, a heavy net bag of tiny clams, and another of pink langoustine. Ada told us to buy the pane and vino and she would see us ...
... a working cement truck on it. How interesting and different life would be if you lived here.
We walked back home gradually – around many tour groups. Craig found the electrical store and we bought a 32 gig USB and he looked for speakers. The other thing we saw this morning was a giant privately owned boat – costing many millions we presume. Home for munchy lunch. Craig has a cold – ...
... and the thunder I didn't even get to one! The thunder was so loud! We attempted to go for a walk but we came back absolutely drenched from head to toe and that was with a raincoat and umbrella!
Lucky the rain can't ruin one thing we both love about Italy and that is the food! Nick has been in food heaven and we have been having pizza and pasta everyday. The wine and desserts have been amazing too. We have had gnocchi, ...
... a suitcase, even a small one, is a pain to carry around, it seems to be a pretty good idea so far.
Today was awesome though! We spend the day just roaming around Venice. Everything is so old and rich with history which is a huge contrast to the newer skyscrapers of Chicago. Venice seems especially like a fairy-tale with the surrounding water and gondola rides. Venice is also known for its glass figurines and carnival masks so there were plenty of ...