Due Ragni Hotel Ristorante
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... there are universities and their students, the economics makes it unrealistic to have any sort of nightlife other than the many bars, cafes, and restaurants. And speaking of cafes, I think no matter where you go, you will find great coffee. I even sprung for a vending machine espresso at a vaporetto stop (sacrilige!) and it was damn good with a nice crema.
Long story short..... We loved Venice. We loved the living ...
... at her to get off, which she did. I tell you we have seen some extremely rude people who really just don't have any consideration of others. It is the survival of the fittest and every man or woman for themselves.
We wandered up and down the market stalls and saw all the same rubbish that we'd seen in other cities. However, for all you fashionistas, the stores have started displaying the winter styles. If anyone wants to know, it's fur, fur and more ...
... beheadings, vampires, ghosts and more as we walked through the dark maze of streets and canals. We saw some amazing places that no one would probably to find on their own. It's so crazy to think that we see the spot where a noble prince was stabbed to death 400 years ago and just feet away is a fancy purse store and no one waking by has a clue. After the tour and the hundreds of pictures I took, Sammy pushed her way onto one of the ...
... on board the boat, I did nothing for the rest of the day. This has not been what I would call a relaxing cruise - very busy days, leaving the boat around 8.30/9.00am and with no time to relax between getting back to the boat and time for dinner. The most relaxing time was in Ravenna when 5 of us spent 2 hours over lunch - very Italian.
This afternoon the boat took ...
... that working away in Italy has greatly affected our waistline: pasta with potatoes and bread had become a daily menu for us! We missed proteins and fresh vegetables so much! The first thing we did was of course to raid the local supermarket and make a super salad with a side of steak for dinner :) Venice is about 40 minutes by train, so we left the car in Treviso (after a nice visit of this charming town - Oxford Italian style), and hopped on the train! Venice is truly magical! ...