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Went to a little place down a tiny alley Osteria Bomba which looked hopeful, in an off the track sort of way. Haha had loads of Asian students and Americans in there. What a hoot. Serves me right for thinking I could be different. Spinach Ravioli w sage butter sauce for me and Pork schnitzel w pizzaiola sauce and polenta for Rex. He nearly suffered chip deprivation syndrome. I had to eat all the capers out of his sauce…
... peeking through open doorways to front terraces, ooo look, grass... ! Then head to a very lonely canal with a dead end. Thats a bit strange. We find another piazza and a church and sit under a tree, looking at the map we realise we have just about walked to the next region, or suburb,Arsenale (was the old dock yards back in the 12th Centuary). This has taken over an hour. We think we know where we went wrong, back track and get lost again. I had the wrong marking on the map so ...
... tower but it was completely worth it. And, it was the easiest "climb" we did our entire trip! Also, no line like at the St. Mark's bell tower…Best of all, the views from the bell tower were breathtaking. We spent a good amount of time up there, and probably would have stayed longer if the wind wasn't blowing so hard up there - the windy weather certainly did mess up my hair up!
After San Giorgio, we stopped by home and had lunch ...
... as we were totally beat.
We walked back to the hotel and sat down with a bottle of wine that we had purchased earlier in the day when our fourth traveling companion, Anne, walked up to the hotel. Anne works with Tanya and has traveled with us before to Thailand, Cambodia, Argentina and Turkey (see previous blogs). We caught each other up on our travels while I blogged. Anne and Heather got a wild hare and walked to see San Marco at night while Tan and I called it ...
... The train took us through some far better farm land heading north, but they still don't seem very keen on weed sprays. At least they weren't just baleing up what looked like roadside grass and weeds. The train was sitting on 248kph for most of the trip and it took us 3&1/2 hours. On arrival at Venice Mestro (on the mainland not the true Venice) we followed the terrible instructions to our motel. after dropping off our gear and stealing toilet paper ...