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... choose mystery bites of fishes and cheese and savories to be enjoyed canal side with our wine.
Vaporetto ride down the Grand Canal to our stop, San Toma. Back in our apartment, watching the sun go down, studying Giulia's list of recommended restaurants. Choose the closest, Trattoria San Toma. Beautiful night for alfresco dinner in a courtyard between two ancient churches. Risotto with frutti di mare was excellent, and waiters were welcoming. A very good start.
... from our hotel bit thanks to the many alleys and bridges of Venezia about 15 minutes later we found it. Got it washed and dried for 20 Euro. Not bad considering hotel cost 13 Euro for one shirt. Took about an hour or so. Met a couple from Roma Australia. Small world. Back to hotel to drop clothes off then a walk and dinner. Had dinner close to hotel. Alright - cheap and tasty but we got chicken schnitzel ...
Up a little later to-day after a pretty rough nights sleep. Our bed was so big the sheets barely covered the matttress. Consequently we were sleeping on the mattress itself for half the night and because we were on the main route to the people mover area travellers were hauling their suitcases over the cobblestones and the Italians sure know how to party late into the night. Noise level would have been lesser if I didn't have ...
... So, we got gelato from the same store and j sat down at the same spot where Karl was sat sulking. He counts that as his most memorable, sentimental moment of the trip : ) All in all we loved venice. So unique, with a great vibe (all be it with a few snobs) and a quirky lifestyle. We had lots of laughs and fun. It was nice to relax in such a lovely place, as fatigue is well and truly setting in! Onto Paris then we are coming home (to sleep for a solid week!) Luv ...
... impressed by it - especially by its size! I didn't really know how wide it was until we went across it - and saw stalls lining not just the sides, but also creating two lanes as they went straight down the middle of the bridge too! We had a little wander around the Market - but unfortunately as we got lost at some point between the Doge's Palace and now, we got there a bit late so there was nothing overly impressive to see as everyone was starting to pack up.