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... mains!!!! First can out a risotto that they presented with a shell that they lit on fire. They turned the lights of when putting them onto the table and it just brought the vibe up even more in the restaurant. We then got a plate of gnocchi. All of us thought this was the last main dish so filled up, but we were wrong!! Then came out basil pesto penne THEN the most amazing dish yet (they should have started with this because we were all so full) it was spaghetti with ...
... place is def on my return to list.
Back to the room to get our stuff prepped for our flight back to London the next day.
I must say - Venice is still my fav place ever, and even after 4 trips, I still feel like there is so much to see - so many areas I just want to wander around. I guess having seen all the 'touristy' stuff, the next time I return (And I will return!) will be spent wandering the less touristy areas.
... a group quickly along the canal in front of our hotel explaining that within the church that is in the square opposite (San Lorenzo) is the tomb of Marco Polo. It turns out that this is one of oldest religious sites in Venice, with the first church believed to have been built here in the 6th century and Marco Polo was buried here in 1324, although his remains were lost when the church was rebuilt in the 16th ...
... They will be great hosts for our trip.
We met Cruise Director Paul Carter and Shore Excursions Manager Jenny Worwood who both provided the warm welcome and the trip details we’ve all been curious about. They are setting the example for the kind of service the ship crew will be providing, exceptional!
GO TEAM ORANGE!
I know, that’s not MSU Denver red or blue, but orange ...
This morning we caught the slow vaporetto which goes the length of the Grand Canal, then came back on it and got off at the Rialto Bridge, then walked and walked. We stopped in at San Salvador's church, which was cool and quiet and calm, after all the jostling outside, even though it wasn't very busy.
I wanted to sit down and have a coffee, but chose the wrong restaurant, as they charged an absolute fortune for coffee and cake. We should ...