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... were many interesting things - shield/weapon rooms, map room and lots of artwork, incuding the largest oil painting on Earth - 'Il Paradiso' by Tintoretto.
After this we made a beeline back to the apartment - I think tourists were the only people mad enough to be out in this weather! We made sure we had enough cheeses, meats, wine AND dessert (some very delicious tiramisu the girls found in a little deli/cafe) to do us for the evening...next stop ...
... it. It tasted good, and was sort of refreshing. Brittany ordered the lasagna with bologna and I got the spaghetti with an egg white sauce and bacon bits. Both were excellent choices and hit the spot. They gave us free bread and a free appetizer to go with it, a very nice establishment. €32 euro and we were out the door. It was still raining but brittany had seen this gelato place with sea salt Carmel flavor earlier in the day so we took off in search for it again. As ...
... anything that could be used to aid the war effort.) Elio DeGianpietro worked for the Italian Guardia di Finanza and we have kept in touch ever since. He lives in Mirano, several miles outside Venice but he no longer works for the Guardia. There is more money to be made in private consultancy so he has been working in private security/investigating.
I received a text from Elio yesterday 2. October to advise me he would be at the hotel THAT NIGHT!! I ...
... has a boat dock in front of it. This palace
also has a quiet garden that we enjoyed. Our museum pass also provided entrance
to this very beautiful building on the Grand Canal.
Exhausted from art exposure we walked back to the hotel, rested and then found another
street restaurant for dinner. So far, we have found the food in Venice mediocre and greatly overpriced. That’s what happens with 17 million tourists per year.
... things about this trip is that there have been no early morning starts, 9:00, 9:30 or 10:00 have been the norm. We drove down the Piave Valley and through the Veneto to where we left our vans near Piazzalle Roma. Going from the amazing Dolomites to the unique Adriatic city of Venice in just a few hours shows how diverse Italy is for the size of the country. We were originally going to catch a vaporetto (public water bus) with our luggage down the ...