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... again it was a must do and it wasn't terrible we met a lovely American couple at the table next to us and spoke to them for most of the night. At 8.30 I was eager to head back to the bus depo I didn't know when the last public bus left and I knew the last accom shuttle was at 9.30 so we hurried off, that walk home was the only time on our entire journey so far that I felt unsafe. Venice is a very different place at night all the shops were closed early compared to ...
... plans for our visit and just meandered through the alleys to see what we would find. The city is fairly difficult to navigate without a map and has many dead-ends and blind alleyways. We felt as if we were walking in a labyrinth at times because so many of the plazas look similar and the sporadically placed signs are not always easy to find. With a little patience and a lot of guidance from local shop owners, we found our way around the city just fine. The first area ...
... my Italian "guardian" since I was 15, Margherita would have Alessandro pick me up in Lugano before he would come home so I could visit my Italian family. Since that time, whenever I am in Udine, Margherita has made a special dinner for me. Margherita would also invite me to parties and art shows hosted by her brother, the Italian painter Vittorio Basaglia. Vittorio died in February 2005 but I remember him as always having time for a kind word. Once he gave me ...
We have been lucky again with the weather as the forecast was not good for today, but it turned out very pleasant most of the day except for a good down pour before dinner. We did our pre-move prep at the train station and headed off on a leisurely meander through the Jewish quarter. There were a few people about, but by European standards not many at all.
First stop to keep our energy up was a wonderful little deli that actually had some cakes that ...
... local residents.
- Once in the piazza (town plaza), look for the apartment... Can you say: "Needle in a haystack?"
Needless to say, Félix was stressed out. So was I, secretly! But we found it, after knocking on a few doors!
We have a very charming spot. It's a condo-style apartment: three bedrooms, two bathrooms, full kitchen and living area. The next week will allow us to ...