Ca' San Polo
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... head - I had my heavy duty filter on)
So we arrive in Venice & he sees a sign that says accommodation reservation and says to me 'do you want to JUST jump out and see if they have anything available?
'No Mr Wing it. That is not how it goes. You get to find the accommodation'
'But then I have to park & etc etc.....'
'Yep - that is what happens'
So the compromise is that we leave the kids in the car with the one responsible ...
... the secondi of branzini and shrimps (two ways) followed by the salade, and finally the biscotti to dip in Vin Santo, sweet "holy" wine. She had the kitchen cleaned and was on her way before we finished. Experiencing private chef envy.
Jet lag is the bane of far flung traveling for me, but Ambien is my friend. It doesn't mix well with wine though, so to avoid a Joan Rivers incident I took a pass this night. Was wide awake at three to watch ...
... as new was built in the 50s :-D. I imagine most of the construction effort would be maintenance, especially as our guide mentioned they don't demolish buildings here. The walking tour concluded with a gondola ride which was fun and provided a different perspective again of Venice.
We're going to spend some time tomorrow "getting lost" which will hopefully increase the love - we will be steering clear of the Piazza!
... Girl and Battery Boy looked around the tiny bacaro, when they stopped for a moment and on looking up, realised what they were seeing. They thought the decorations would have appealed to Tony Soprano's taste in decor with large photographs of naked women adorning the walls. The photographs had nothing to do with Battery Boy ordering more toasted sandwiches and coffee, requiring him to stay longer.
Video Girl and Battery Boy then left the ...
... to an impossibly long wire so it hung just above the floor. It was stunning. We were both getting tired after walking for many hours, however, it was beginning to dawn on us that we would not need two days to explore Venice. After all, neither of us enjoyed restaurants that cater solely for tourists, of which there were plenty. Deciding to finally head toward Piazza San Marco (the most busy place imaginable, other ...