Alla Bianca Hotel Trattoria Bar
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... of shopping we ended up back at our hotel for a beer and a kip.
In the evening we walked all the way back from St Marks to Accademia to find a bar advertised on the Telegraph app only to find it was closed. Heading to the waterfront we found a bar and further down by the Zattere boat stop we had dinner at Ristorante Gianni. What a find. The antipasti di mare and the spaghetti vongole were delectable. It was a long ...
Today we took the Bernina Express from Chur Switzerland to Tirano Italy. The view was breathtaking. Traveling with a five year old I would suggest taking this train, it is only 4 hours the alternative is 8.
Once in Torino we took a train to Venice via Milan. We reached Venice we boarded a boat bus and headed towards the ...
... We started the morning preparing our dessert, Tiramisu. Believe it or not Tiramisu is not that difficult to make and one of the ingredients is espresso coffee. We then moved on to pastas. The surprise to me was how easy it was to make potato gnocchi. I actually think I could duplicate that at home. Then we made pasta dough, regular and basil, which we used to create tagliatelle, ravioli, and tortellini with both meat and cheese filling. With ...
... s better stuff. This, like the other, bigger 'schools' was expensive, so we looked in on the Chiesa d San Rocco next door, home to a few of Tintoretto's lesser works, and free to boot. A mid-afternoon snack drove us back to the hotel for a cat-nap while the heavens opened and made Venice less attractive!
A final local supper and it was across to the Piazzale Roma for the coach back to Treviso Airport.
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... He also includes many useful links to websites that international travelers find valuable. Tom is a very loquacious man who happily shares his vast knowledge of the major cities of the world, making him an excellent dinner companion! We talked for so long we nearly missed the show we had planned to attend. He explained the difficulties we might encounter maneuvering luggage in Venice from ship to apartment, and the advantages of taking the ship-provided boat to ...