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... side roads. I love it...and I love the fresh flowers - that are 2 Euro and so beautiful!!! We've been to some of the cafe's and I have made a mark at the local market when I took a nose dive on the side walk and then cried cause it hurt so freaking much!!! (that was the fall earlier referred to - not a different one - geez, I am not THAT klutzy!!).
Well, all good things must come to an end <---- and that is my cliche to end this blog.
So, now ...
Took a couple videos-pictures really couldn't capture it. Shows each location on the grounds after it was used/when empty. We got there and hung in the front lawn, then moved to the courtyard and back lawn for appetizers. They were carving prosciutto for us... I have found the perfect wine. More later. For now I have to do something about the chlorine in my hair from the late night dip. Opera in Verona tonight. Kisses from Italy.xx Ps. Judd, there was a pedicure incident. ...
Finally catching up...
Traveling from Venice to Bassana, we pass Padua (Padova) a town famous for the Bascilica of San Antonio. This was not just another church ...the peaceful, prayerful, spirit filled atmosphere was tangible. Aside from the beauty there was a reverence... No noise, no cameras, no crowds milling everywhere. Wonderful!
On to Bassana..... Situated in the north eastern part of ...
... shopping... Venice... Glass...!!!! We browsed a LOT ....the most beautiful work I have ever seen...and bought a little...especially enticed by front men after visiting Murano to see the glass blowing... A captive market!!!
Our day pass was running out so we headed back to our hotel and decided the local area needed exploring for another meal..... Pizzas???? Lots of ...
... Medieval street, 'Sottoriva' (beneath the river bank). This street has a number of restaurants, including the 300 year old Osteria Sottoriva. Here, as in the days of old, the osteria serves Veronese classics like cavallo con polenta (horse stew with polenta) and vitello tonnato (veal with tuna sauce). Back then, this was the food for hungry workers from the boats plying their trade on the Adige River. But not for us this time, we preferred the very nice Il Banco where we ...