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... to imagine making this a regular haunt.
We stroll down the streets admiring the high-end wares, making mental notes on what we might want to pick up as gifts for those back home. For dinner we stop in a cozy little corner restaurant "Rivetta" that was recommended by Veronicaa long day of travel we wander back to the apartment and get some much needed shuteye.
We continued to eat glorious food and an afternoon was incomplete without an ice cream. The main problem of the day was choosing the flavours. Do I have macadamia nut, pistachio, caramel, or the fruit sorbets like mandarin, lemon or melon, perhaps some chocolate or Nutella or cream?
One mid morning we took a drive to the Camaiore region which was only a half an hour away, a scenic drive of note, classic tiny roads with ancient homes hanging off the cliffs. We found the centre of ...
... tower but it was completely worth it. And, it was the easiest "climb" we did our entire trip! Also, no line like at the St. Mark's bell tower…Best of all, the views from the bell tower were breathtaking. We spent a good amount of time up there, and probably would have stayed longer if the wind wasn't blowing so hard up there - the windy weather certainly did mess up my hair up!
After San Giorgio, we stopped by home and had lunch ...
... 10 minutes. No wonder, he never stops for a breath during the day. Carry him out of the theatre and head back to our cabin. Looking out the window, we're fair honking along, there's a bit of wind and a bit of movement, but overall we're pretty good with the 'ol motion sickness, I was secretly a little worried. Day 1 cruise over. On our way to Bari, Italy - we reach port just after midday tomorrow, so here's hoping to smooth sailing overnight, and a beautiful sun-filled day tomorrow in ...
... to feed the pigeons as they are considered vermin and they are trying to eradicate them completely.
We spend some time in and around the square but the church is closed off and the next tour is not for several hours (and although it sounds almost blasphemous, we've seen a few churches lately) so we take a vapporetto and head back towards the Grand Canal and a little eatery we had seen that offered free wifi. We ...