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... was more than satisfied and full. We paid and asked where we could find a cheap gondola ride. The waiter said turn out the door and just walk. There were would come across some gondolas but the MINIMUM price would be 80euro. He really pushed on that as the minimum and told Davide to ask in Italian as the locals always get better prices. We turned left out the door, walked and BOOM! We were there. We headed over to a man in a striped red top. Davide worked his charm by asking if he would ...
... the next few hours sight seeing, stopping in the shops, but not before getting some gelato to enjoy on his hot afternoon. Our favourite flavour is pistachio, and it didn't disappoint. We purchased our treat from the same vendor we went to last summer. We knew he had some of the best gelato in Venice. Yummy! After our gelato had been polished off, we continued on our quest to find new and exciting surprises. Again, we were pleasantly surprised as we turned ...
... was the church where Antonio Vivaldi had been the priest and where he had created that beautiful music. It was at this place that people would leave those children that they could not care for, the illegitimate, the one too many to feed, the extra girls, the unwanted ones. They were called the Esposito. This is a reasonably common name in Spain and Spanish speaking countries, but apparently also in Italy. The Esposito, based on the word for "exposed" was part of the ancient act ...
... have been there a long time if it were up to the dock to get me there.
Quite the sweaty struggle to get my (now pretty heavy) luggage on and off the train & boat and over canals and up the stairs. But I found the place easily. Antonio, the owner, is an older gentleman, a retired anthropology professor. The regular host is out of town so he graciously showed me the neighborhood, including an ...
... and ventured out immediately. Venice is a vehicle free (except for the section near where we stayed) tourist mecca full of every nationality all vying for an inch of space to take the perfect photograph. In Sydney, if a tourist were taking a photo normal courtesies would apply. One would wait for the photographer to complete their shot before continuing. As Venice is over loaded with tourists, no such courtesies apply. If you want ...