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Travel Blogs from Venice
We flew into Venice and it was wonderful looking out the plane window at our first look at Venice. Walking along the canals for the first time equally exciting & amazing. We loved our home for the next four days as well. The location was perfect and lots of room ( 3 stories ) for us all to spread out and enjoy our own space, not that we have …
... tin lid, so his lunch wasn't as big as yesterday's. We had a gorgeous relaxing day, just strolling. I couldn't stop taking photos it was all so pretty.
I made Venetian chicken for dinner, which is actually just chicken pieces and whatever I could find in the cupboard, with a slug of wine, but it impressed Terry.
Rosie, I nearly bought you a beautiful hair clip, but it turned out to be a fridge magnet. I'll keep trying, maybe with my glasses on. ...
... there to do something special for your lover**** On exploring we finally came to our favourite place - "Campiello del Remer". This place bursts with flavour. Gloomy yet splendidly suave, it's a perfect place to come for a nice drink with some delicious nibbles on the side. But the one thing I'm glad of is that we arrived there dead on 5:30pm when aperitivo begins - if you arrive later you are boned to think you'll be getting a space to sit and eat. THAT FOOD IS GONE!!! ...
... we are trying to decide what to do. We are pretty dependent on when trains leave from Venice.
Next stop: we have no clue but we are probably getting out of Italy.
# of cities: 33
# of countries: 12
# of bus rides: 10
This morning I walked over to the Rialto market, just past the bridge. There were maybe 15 stalls displaying produce such as peppers, dried tomatoes, pineapples, persimmons, lemons, tomatoes, several kinds of pears and apples, figs, grapes, artichokes, bananas, oranges, and all shapes and sizes and kinds of mushrooms. Initially I was thinking it was rather small but really since the whole thing is all produce it's probably the largest of the markets that I've seen so ...