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... had more unusual items. We had broad noodles with scallops and smoked cheese and for our main course prawns and squid in a black curry sauce. We followed that with an almond mascarpone torte and a cheese plate. I am glad we were splitting each course!
The next day, with a quick look at the Grotto de Cattullo at the very end of the peninsula, we set off for Verona. Bob revamped as much of the route to take us on smaller roads which worked well. Saturday traffic is ...
... that each individual panel is a supreme artistic masterpiece in its own right. It is akin to walking into a room stuffed with dozens of works by say, a Da Vinci or a Michelangelo. It is a sort of prototype Sistine Chapel, 200 years before its time.
There are so many highlights. A nativity scene that virtually sets the template for Christmas cards for years to come. The Judas-Jesus kiss, where both are nose to nose with an intensity of expression that is chilling. The raising ...
Woke up late - but feeling so much better after a greatnight's sleep. Barry still woke up at the horror hour of 1am like we've all been doing at some stage of our trip. We took our time as we didn't feel like rushing. Had breakfast , shower and then took off to the Sunday markets. Both Ben and I really enjoyed the great market atmosphere. It was a glorious day with so many people enjoying the beautiful day with their families and of course the great market shopping. There was ...
... everyone was ******, I has seriously slept for about an hour and half. Quickly jumped online to let you know I was alive. Tonight Topdeck provided dinner in the cook Tent which was cool, best bit was dessert which was make your own Sunday. Then we all got on the **** and had a pool party which was lots of fun, escaped before **** got too crazy as tomorrow was going to be. Big day in ...
... is via vaporetti, which are essentially water buses. The system is extensive, relatively easy to figure out and quite efficient. Single rides are expensive at 6.5€, but for 20€ you can get a pass good for 24 hours, so that’s what we did. We first hopped a vaporetto that took us from the south side of the city to a main dock to the north. From there we caught one that took us out ...