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... our goodbyes with a tinge of sadness
Went to have lunch at Zia Luigia's and Bruno said he had to go on a diet, so Zia gave him three tortellini in his plate. We all had a good laugh. Then we went to buy some cherries at a farm down the road.
Later we came back to Falze and unpacked bags. Then Adriano had to take his computer to the shop so we went to see Danny and Daniella. Danny was still working, but ...
... the plazas we stopped for some time to listen to an older gentleman sing a couple opera songs- he was amazing. PS - it was funny to see the pizza guy delivering a pizza one night.... by foot.
We were surprised/amused at how many people had dogs that weren’t on leases; they just followed their people around in the streets. Of course, it is winter here so dogs wore jackets.... :-)
St. Marks Square was beautiful ...
... for the ferry Stacey and I popped our bottle and managed to finish it off with the help of Lucy before the Ferry arrived. I sat up on the roof top on the ferry on the way back to the campsite, again the views are just incredible! When we got back we got changed and went up for a BBQ for dinner.
Delicious chargrilled chicken and ribs! Ive never had a rib with so much meat! and then cornetto cones for dessert, Suzy did the cornetto challenge which is ...
... bag, a that stupid cilinda with that picture in it and my suit case which I'm now sure weighs a good 25kgs and I'm now about to embark on steps.
Im sure if someone was there taking pictures of me doing this you would make money. They do have people at the bottom of the stairs with trolleys but you have to pay them, and already today, I had someone help with my bag onto the train, and that had cost me. I was ...
... an issue with the boys and later on l saw Marco talking with a man from the Con. They were looking up at the third floor and then it hit me - boys will be boys anywhere in the world and windows will be broken, even windows in extremely old historical buildings.
That evening Tim and I attended a performance by a string ensemble. They mainly played Vivaldi and it was breath taking. Vivaldi in Venice - what more could one ask for.