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... of food include: plump olives, marinated seafood, wedges of creamy polenta, spicy fried meatballs ( polpette). Stroll along the Strada Nuova, a bust street in the neighborhood of Cannaregio and visit an 18th century bar. Cross the Grand Canal, Venice's major water traffic corridor, cruise into the Rialto area, stopping at the Rialto markets. Stroll to the centre of Venice and finish the tour on the steps of the Rialto ...
... deployed in today's production processes. Over time some of the glass blowers gradually left homes in Venice and began to spread their expertise across Europe. This movement produced a skills transfer that eventually would come back to challenge the Venetian artisans for business.
In recent times, the industry in Venice has suffered due to the growth of glass blowing imitations coming out of Asia and Eastern Europe. Having said that, there is still ...
... in a pitch battle between the Red Star Eighty-somethings gang and the Lazio Dodgy Hip Posse…and so began the journey home.
‘Every journey starts with the first step.’ Ours started with a 20 minute walk through the dock complex to the people mover. €1.30 later we were once again in Piazzala Roma.
I still had 50 Bulgarian Lev on my person. This is as a result of not actually making it to Burgas coupled with being too keen to ...
... the 14th and 15th centuries. The designers broke with tradition by perching the bulk of the pink Verona marble palace on the lace-like Istrian stone arcades, with a portico supported by columns below. This gives the palace a light and airy look and is masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
From the early day of the Republic, the Doge’s Palace was the seat of the government,
the Palace of Justice, and home of the doge. For centuries this was the ...
... minutes of internet time…which
was totally wasted as the computer was a European keyboard and for some reason
the @ symbol would not type in – so I couldn’t look at gmail or facebook and it
wouldn’t download the start times for Alpe Adria. I tried to get free wifi and
had limited success but was finally able to send a “I am safe in Europe”
message to John. I spent the 4 hour wait at the airport people ...