Hotel Ristorante El Rustego
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... Our traveling friends Marty and Bobbie Salina joined us early in the evening from their London, Paris, and Milan excursions. We are glad to connect with them and look forward to spending the next two weeks exploring together. We continue to honor our pledge to try a different gelato flavor every day. So far, I think we are running about four days ahead of schedule. I think we have those gelato farmers working nights, too. Job security - got to love it! Until next time, ...
We arrived late yesterday due to flight control staff striking at Marco Polo airport in Venice. Our poor airbnb host called us worried while we waited at the baggage carousel at the airport. It took forever for us to get our bags and the yeah I finally got it.
'Duh, we just came from Amsterdam'. Of course it will take 47 minutes to get our bags. Getting to the boat taxi was relatively easy and we had a ewe wait before we got on the taxi. ...
... attended a lace demonstration in which all pieces were hand-crafted, which though beautiful and intricate, is pretty much a dead art. Sorry, but give it up, guys. Man invented machine for a reason (and even then, tablecloths are low on the list). Then a glass demonstration that was exponentially cooler, watched a guy make a horse via glass-blowing, in barely all of a minute, and then despite our oohs and ahhs and genuine fascination, as soon as we left the room ...
... Jacquelyns maths teacher from Riverside Girls; which proves that no matter how far I go I will always bump into someone I know.
By the time we came out of the museum to go the church and the golden staircase, it was still raining and the tide was in, which meant that the square has started to flood. It was at least 6 to 8 inches deep in place with some of the shops on one side of the square using their waterproof gates to close off their shops to the water. Some of the ...
... before I bought anything, but this was in Dorsoduro, the other side of the canal. I resolved to return to the first shop if i didn't see anything I liked in my planned shop.
Lyn is good at navigation but he had big problems in Venice. He downloaded some good maps onto his Iphone and started tracking our route but it was just impossible with so many tiny crowded alleyways. You literally had to fight through them. The first 20 minutes it seemed every alleyway ...