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... which are something of an endangered species. Pretty basic place but that’s all we wanted. I had spaghetti w pomodoro e basilica and Rex had tagliatelle w lobster. Music was hits of the 60's and 70's so we sang along (quietly of course) . Channelling our inner pigs, we had a dessert- me berries and vanilla cream, him crème Catalan (just like crème brulee).
Had a bit of a stroll around the area then went back to lodgings to wrestle with the keys and settle in ...
... one, and proceeded to enjoy a 45 minute unplanned tour that including the four massive luxury ships anchored in the cruise ship dock.
We eventually made it to our sweet Pensione, settled in, and found a fun "tapas" place for dinner, Osteria ai Storti, not far from our Pensione. Here are photos from the day: rain, travel, tourists, Venice, umbrellas, rain, food. Enjoy! (Our next blog post will be 'Venezia in the ...
... San Marco square, massive buildings and the Dumo and expensive Corona, which we don't buy. We get home, get out the maps to try to find where we were. Very difficult to work it out as we couldn't find where we were dropped off. Silly, I usually take photos with my phone of where I park in Carindale, but I forgot to here.
We plan to go back to the little jewellery shop this evening, we should get there by 7:00 surely. At about 3.00pm it is still hot so chill out ...
We had tried to have a sleep in, it worked better for Esther than I. We wandered around the main land near where we were staying and found a supermarket with an amazing amount of cheese and lots of pasta. After a brunch of cheese, salami and bread, we went over to Venice and looked at booking a gondola until we found out it as €100 ($170), so we decided not to waste money. We jumped on a water bus down the Grand Canal until it got too hot, then we wandered ...
... the right direction it wasnt our train. All good. Wet on arrival in Venice, wet getting to hotel. Many stairs. Wet, wet, wet.....however we are in Venice and on our way to the hotel we stopped at a traditional pizzarea. Ate a bella meal and drank liquorice shots with the owners at the end of the night. Definitely warmer walking in the rain. Slept in a sauna of a room and am sure the bed was secretly connected to a thermal spring. Get ...