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... near Monteciccardo, in the region of Le Marche, was not straightforward as we lost the campsite signs at one point (it was 20 feet up a pole completely separate from the other brown signs advertising tourist information) but we got there eventually after much huffing and puffing. It is a rustic site, laid out on terraces created on a former farm, on a hillside in a rural landscape, with accommodation comprising pitches, chalets, and safari tents, with communal ...
... Orleans. The walls were covered in striped fabric and the floor was a stone mosaic. We ate dinner at a restaurant just down the block from our hotel, it seems Venice has a specialty dish that a man next to us ordered. It looked like black, or dark green, spaghetti. We learned it was squid ink spaghetti, a dish we saw on a few menus in Venice. Neither of us could muster up the courage to order it, so instead JD had spaghetti ragu and I ...
... we accepted their recommendation. We arrived about 6:30 PM and didn’t have to wait. The waiter was very friendly but he overcharged us for our meal which was OK but not really that great. It ended up being about as expensive as our much nicer restaurant the night before. I felt like the "tourists" were taken advantage of. Not feelin’ the love ...
... hour before heading over to Borano, which was a beautiful island where they make lace. All the houses were different vibrant colors with small canals in-between. I bought a pair of Morano glass earrings from this island too, I didn't feel the need to buy anything lacy though.
After the islands we headed back to the hotel to get our bags and board our train home. It was a very long and busy few days, luckily we had the next day free.
... Marco on the left. It is bad luck to pass between the columns, so we took care to avoid that path. The first glimpse of St. Marks Basilica is stupendous with glittering mosaics, elegant reliefs and ornate stone carvings on the facade of the building. It's unlike anything I've ever seen! I was dying to go inside, but our first stop was a glass workshop. Nestled in an alleyway behind St. Marks Square, we climbed several flights of stairs to watch a local ...