Alloggi Alla Rivetta
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I have solved the puzzle ring three times now. I'm a pro. I still need to make a costume for Halloween. Everyone else bought masks or witch hats or bouncy Halloween headbands. I'm gonna make mine. I'm a *******n designer. Surely I can craft a "hot girl" Halloween costume with some tape, marker and paper. I woke up my boyfriend at three in the morning to ask him if he wanted anything from the Vatican. I think he was ...
... the Library and of course where the NIKE symbol originated from,
- a pleat on the dress. Being in the ruins for over an hour in extreme heat
brought out extreme measures – Umbrellas were deployed as even wearing a hat
was too hot. Back in the van and as we had done in Athens we wanted to
experience the local cuisine so Sammy took us to one of his family favourites
where we had stuffed vegetables, meat balls, spicy chicken and much more washed
down with ...
... and so he is off to find a new hotel for tonight. We arrange to meet later in the day. I take a few pics of the amazing view and at 9.15 we are off to explore. We cross St Marks Square thinking we might go up the Campinielli Tower to take in the view. Nothing really opens until 10am in Italy so we're hoping the queue hasn't started yet. No such luck....it is probably 300 people long winding around the square and the queue to get into St Marks is twice as long! We ...
... both our eyes here. There will soon be some new artwork in both our homes.
Kept walking as far as the Arsenale, then went inland and wandered the streets taking hundreds of photos of every canal we crossed. Just so beautiful here. Sigh.
Had a fantastic Lunch at a small trattoria where the owner was very friendly and funny and the food was great too. We shared a Caprese salad and both had pizzas. Michelle was very impressive with her use ...
... or not to tour the Doge’s Palace and the Correr Museum. We thought we would put it off and maybe do it later. We had spent so much time in Rome on a schedule and it was more appealing to just walk and look and wander. We were loving the streets and the canals of Venice and as our guidebook suggested, we wanted to get off the beaten path to see the real Venice, not just the touristy parts. The book had also reminded us that we were on an island – ...