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... the ticket, and after missing our bus 4 times because we couldn't figure out which bus we caught the 5th one! From there the directions were pretty straight forward and 20 minutes later we ended up and our little cabin in plus camping jolly! It was really nice, two beds a bathroom and a counter! In the summer it would be a really cool place to go as there is a swimming pool and it's such a lovely setup! We realized we actually weren't IN ...
... head out for a special dinner for our last night in Venice.
And special it is.
Hosteria Bea Vita not far from 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 amased to ...
... them home a long
way. The maestro commented if we
bought more than one thousand Euros worth he would ship it for free.
Saturday morning we awake early to take advantage of the
lovely breezes and slight cooler temps.
In fact, we are so on top of things, now that we know our way around, we
arrive at the gondola stops before the gondoliers. Sitting on the steps of the church of San Simon, we enjoy
people watching as we try ...
... tour being run by this Christian charity that sends out young guides to churches all over Europe. It was actually a really good experience, and the guide was very informative. Found out heaps about the history of the church, and Christian iconography.
Apart from that, went to a few parties at the hostel I was staying at – Camping Jolly. There were a lot of ...
... fresh squirting tomatoes, piece of basil, and huge, pit olive. One day I will go back to Venice and find this very same pizza, and eat an entire pie. Again.
The wet and cold became too much after several hours, and soon enough we began a search for rain boots. Excitedly seeing pairs in a shop window, we ran into one store, only to find out that it was high-end and out of our budgets. The owner, seeing us dripping on his leather and fur boots, gave us a stern look. ...