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We loved it so much yesterday that we planned to do it all again today. Not the same of course but a return to Venice as there's not actually much else to do here and it is such an amazing place that it deserves a return trip. They say you should never go back and I'm not sure if that is right or not but it's probably fair to say that today was not as much of a success as yesterday. We had our itinerary planned out so we knew ...
... dinner with Uncle Brian's friend Fabio who is a bubbly old man who looks like santa claus and doesn't speak a single word of English. We ate Goulash made by Grandma and fresh vegetables and fruit picked from Fabios organic garden. His house was a very cool, old mansion in the countryside! We topped it all off with a mandatory Tiramisu dessert! The next day we got up and went to the Umbertide markets with Uncle Uncle Brina and Grandma to see the little ...
... seems to be in the middle of nowhere, so we are hoping we won't miss out on too much by being there. We had dinner at the hotel, then met for another optional tour, 'Venice by night'. We went by bus to the dock where we caught a boat to St Mark's square. We thought we were getting some sort of guided tour, but it turns out it was just the transport and we had free time. We absolutely LOVE Venice. We wandered around for about an hour and a half before going back with the ...
After the busyness of yesterday's transition from Tuscany to Venice, and coupled with the fact that we walked in circles last night for a couple of hours, we've allowed ourselves the luxury of sleeping in this morning. As a result, our plan for today is NO PLAN. This lazy day approach tends to suit our travel style well since it gives us a chance to catch our collective breath, take inventory of what's ...
Thank goodness that there was no rain. It was forecasted for it to rain, but Europe weather is fickle. At least this time, it was in my favor. It was really humid and muggy. It felt like the Philippines, and I felt homesick for the motherland. (hate to say it, but I'm not quite homesick for the US. But I do miss all of you!) So we did a walking tour today, and out your guide was a certified Italiano. Homie ...