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... which produces a superior, high-quality product. Technical blurb over, it was then time for the nice bit - tasting his products with a selection of foods, including bruschetta, mozzarella, roast meat with vegetables, pasta tossed in a tomato-based sauce, and sweet pastries, before compiling our shopping list - we just couldn't resist! We came away with a few reds (very respectable), whites and a couple of oils - one a light, slightly nutty flavour and the other with a ...
... square. When you look at it on the map it was all the way on the other side of the city so we thought all the walking would take up a good chunk of our day. The walk to St Marks was interesting. Like I said earlier, all the streets are essentially what we would consider alleys so you would see a dark, kind of shady alley but there would be a huge group of people walking in both directions. We passed all sorts of little unique shops and about half an hour later ...
... cruise about the canals (they still feel like a movie set sometimes).
The afternoon was spent visiting a glass factory on the island of Murano, followed by a fabulous dinner on the island of Burano and we also got to see how they make their hand-made lace.
Back to the ranch by 8pm literally exhausted. not sure how many steps happened today - but think there was more than 10 ...
... but it might have been the language barrier and maybe she didn't know what I was asking for.
We headed to Da Romano for lunch. The best risotto in the world! Ok, have to admit that I have only eaten risotto in Singapore and Burano though. But the taste was just out of the world. This was another pricy restaurant, but it was way better than Algiubagio from yesterday night.
My brother had searched for the location of the supposingly best gelato in Venice. We ...
... of a regular seat and much higher. Your feet wouldn’t touch the floor when sitting and at 6 inches wide it was the funniest thing you’d ever seen.
After getting settled we headed out to tour Venice. We went first to the pizza restaurant that Eliza had recommended and it was fantastic. We then meandered through the narrow alleyways, went into some shops, had gelato and just passed the time in a very relaxed way. Venice is beautiful and we took ...
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