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... with a most delicious appetizer of mixed vegetables, then pasta with vongole for C and melanzane for me. And of course, vino Rosso, it is an unexplainable phenomenon that my command of the Italian language improves with each sip that I take...
We then took the vaporetto to San Marco, filled to capacity with tourists, like a parade, at night the cafes have a battle of the bands, swing ...
... out we have a view over a canal with the fruit markets on the other side. With the bags dropped and the boys refuelled, time to head out exploring. Not before Ewan breaks out in a number of bites and starts to get a lovely rash on his face. What a huge relief we get to use the anti-histamine, it would've been terrible to cart it and never use it!! With that taken care of, first stop - Rialto Bridge. Ewan decides that he's going to scare and chase every pigeon ...
... me because my brother died suddenly in the prime of life. He was happy, alive, with no premonition of what would happen to him. And then he was dead. I experienced a familiar numbing shock seeing the McQueen piece, walking from one side of the screen to the other, passing from life to death.
Beyond the Biennale, supplemental art shows are everywhere in Venice. I’m talking art around every corner. Art occupying palazzos, ...
... and it's filthy.
Then a coffee at the train station cafe where they tried to charge 1.50 euro for a small bottle of water - I don't think so. The train was 10 euro return not bad.
We arrived to tourist overload and both of us looking for a cold drink, of course a bottle of water was 3 Euro, we walked into the back streets and found a nice cold bottle for 1.50 euro so we ...
... Marco square. As part of his preparation for the visit Lachlan read the Magic Treehouse book ‘Carnival at Candelight’ about a flood in Venice during the 1600s. Much of the action takes place in the main square and it was great to watch him looking around and picking out the statues, and towers mentioned in the book. It turned out to be a great connection for him.
All in all a great visit. Tomorrow we fly to Nice, bidding arrivederci to ...