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Up this am around 8:30...no hurry. I have to check out by 11:00 but my train isn't until 12:45 because I can't arrive before 2:00. Said good-bye to Mari...promised a good review. It was a very nice stay, the most fun so far...I appreciated her taking the time to talk and spend part of the evening with me last night - above and beyond the call of duty. She would be welcome anytime in my home. Got to the station by 11:15, bought my regional ticket ...
... out of there (kind of a repeat of the Uffizi, we knew if we kept going we would eventually get out but it was hard to tell how long that would be).
Outside of the palace, we made a half-hearted attempt to find Harry's Bar which, for some reason managed to elude us despite the fact, as we discovered later that evening, we were standing right in front of it. Since we weren't that attached to finding it and, tired of ...
Today I awoke to a call from Sarah, she said that today is her final day in Venice and she is leaving in a few hours to go back to australia where she lived.
I offered to accompany her to lunch and to the airport.
We had lunch at a small coffee shop called Torrefazione Marchi, it was quite nice and the coffee was amazing.
her plane will take off in ...
... scary stories about the hostels in Venice.
Joanna and I excitedly made our way to the Hard Rock Café, on Sylvia’s recommendation, but unfortunately it was closed for a private function. We looked around the streets until we found a restaurant called VinoVino, and sat down for some Italian classics.
To start, a bread selection, a caprese salad, then some tomato pasta and spinach ravioli. It was all really tasty, and Joanna enjoyed the wine ...
... My parents have sailed out of Venice and mentioned how spectacular it was, I can now understand why. I'll have to add that to my bucketlist.
But as we reached the end of the line, it was time for us to say goodbye to Venice, not before picking up a Venetian mask as a souvenir. (We managed to catch a glimpse of a women making the traditional paper mache masks through the window. Such talent.)
What a perfect spontaneous weekend.
Alles sehr gute,