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... filling them with nuts and the rubber-fruit that goes in fruit cake. Lesson: even the world's worst cannoli is still better than plenty of other properly-made desserts.
The old Jewish ghetto is also in this part of town. Honestly, if it weren't for the synagogue and the kosher restaurant, I wouldn't know it from any other part of the city. Most ...
I just walked into my hotel in mainland Venice and found a bidet in the bathroom. Since I needed to go anyway I decided to give it a shot. It's actualy quite refreshing. Like a gentle caress to the backside. I approve. Today we travelled through the morning, arriving in Venice early in the afternoon. I was keen to see what a city on water looked like. Turns out the water aspect isn't really prevelant given the sheer size ...
... refuses to sit inside. She loves boats and water and the outdoor seating gives both of those. This restaurant was a little more touristy, so it wasn't as good as the one the previous day. We're looking forward to the food in Burano tomorrow.
Tomorrow we would take the Vaporetto over to the island of Murano famous for its glass blowing and then to Burano, famous for its fresh fish and painted houses.
... quick and easy and the only hiccup was that we had to wait for customs to clear our bikes to go on board. We waited about an hour for the ship and custom clearance. Both were very efficient.
We wheeled on board with panniers, unpacked, ate a quick lunch and headed out to reacquaint ourselves with Venice. There is an efficient boat service from the port to Saint Marks which we took and then we slowly walked back heading over to the ...
... For the convenience of being so close to the People Mover, a mono rail that will take us across to the port, it was worth the few quid extra.
Alighting after the 25 minute bus journey from the airport we knew exactly which direction to go as we headed for the Ponte Calatrava. Roisin reminded me of our first visit to Venice and being completely disorientated when arriving at Piazzala Roma not knowing which way to turn.
We passed the £300 a night Hotel ...