Corte del Brenta
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Enjoyed people watching, they came from every corner of the world. Most people were happy, smiling & excited to be in Venice. All but one group of folks, teenagers! I saw so many teenagers carrying their fancy shopping bags, only to have a scowl on their faces ~ really, so sorry your parents brought you to Venice on your summer vacation!
Was surprised that my soda was only 8 euros, Jeffy certainly wouldn't ...
... best pesto pasta
dish ever; Morea is now a fan of pesto, which she was not before. Alix and I
had never had a pesto sauce this good and taste so different than what we
typically have in the US. After this wonderful meal, and eye opener again of
how incredibly expensive everything is in France and Italy we headed back to
the room to change into cooler clothing and check out our first sights. The first place we visited was ...
... on of people from many centuries ago. After this finished we walked around the San Marco area to find a place to dine for tea. The food was ok but the company was great where we enjoyed a few laughs and caught up. We then walked with Tina and Andrew back to their accommodation then caught a water bus home to San Samuele the psalter bus station next to our hotel. Tomorrow we are off on our cruise around the Adriatic Sea and will only have internet ...
... which also did the grand canal!!! hindsight!) and went around to Tronchetto were we had parked.
Somehow, everyone had held on all day as it cost 2euros for a bathroom in Venice. The WC at the carpark was the discount price of 1euro. Relieved, we headed back to Montebello Vicento with a stop at Lidl along the way for supplies for dinner.
Lidl is the same as the Australian supermarket Aldi - so we feel very at home in this store, and as much as ...
... each other through the mail slot. There were some moments of panic, ...