Bellavista Park Hotel Thermal SPA
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... the way here, there certainly isn't room for anything extra on the way home.) I'm hoping to pick up some pretty glasswork pieces in Venice next weekend to go with the little blue plates and the white creamer I've bought.
Speaking of purchases, I went to the bookstore the other day to try to find a dictionary/reference book that had all the Italian verb conjugations (got the idea from one Kaoru has in Japanese). Didn't find ...
... di rucola e salsa carpaccio (thinly sliced smoked beef on a bed of arugula, drizzled with a light mustardy sauce)
Crespellle gratinate ai funghi (a light crepe, filled with cheese and sauteed mushrooms, folded and quartered, topped with a light cheesy sauce, and broiled
Filetto di San Pietro alla bracce (grilled "John Dory" fish fillet and roasted ...
... here partly because they have (so far) been extraordinary and partly because I know I will forget the details if I don't. If I didn't think it would cause a scene, I'd love to take photos each time because their presentation equals their taste! For each dinner, you can order the aperitif, and a choice of dishes for both the first course and second course. These are followed by a self-service trip to the salad bar, and then a selection from ...
... 8220;get lost in Venice” . We eventually found our way to dinner to the recommended "Vino Vino" which is a local establishment a bit off the beaten path that serves Venetian food. Each region we have visited has very different food and Venice was not the exception. Instead of pasta tonight we both had a local dish of meat and potato. After dinner we wandered around and came to St. Mark’s Square where there were several groups ...
... I could add sound to this, as I type a gondola is going by with an opera singer and an accordian player singing "that's amore!". Too funny!! Katie is a very happy girl! Oh, and I got to see my favorite statue in the world again. Its a stone corner of St. Mark's basilica that the Venetians stole from Constantinople. it depicts the Tetrarchs, the 4 emperors who ruled the Roman Empire in around 295AD. One of them on ...