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... being said, I had another rough afternoon with my leg issue. The pain came back very intensely and rash spread all the way up my leg and now down my feet. My ankles are bruised from the swelling and now blistering from who knows what... I am going to the hospital first thing in the Morning and praying they can fix me ! It is hard to really take in the beauty of these cities while experiencing the pain that I am. It is very disappointing. I ...
Ah, bellissimo....Italy! It has been one of my life's goals to come to Italy, ever since I was small and discovered spaghetti to be my favourite food not only to eat but also to get all over my white clothing. It's probably no secret that I am a passionate food lover and a good eater, and the main motivation was to come to eat Italian food, the way the Italians eat it. (And they like to eat lots of it, making even a large appetite like mine look puny in comparison). Pizza, ...
... stop) to Venice (€90), pay a €50 fine (each) and, since there were no free seats in second class, we would have to stand for those two hours, or alternately, we would be allowed off the train in Florence, where we could buy a ticket for the next train (an hour later) and avoid the fines... Our train was already scheduled to arrive late enough that we were in danger of missing our lodging contact, and since we had no way to get in contact with her, we prepared to ...
... Bridge before, but I hadn't included a picture, so I've attached one to this entry.
Also, many folks have expressed interest in the food I find along my travels. I've included a couple of shots to satisfy your cuisine curiosity.
On Sunday, I am bound for Florence. More from there later!
... part of his job, as it was very stressful.
We then visited the Church of Santa Maria della Salute, which is pictured in many Venice postcards. As is usually the case, it was a beautiful church. We enjoyed walking through it and looking at the art inside (mostly from around 1650, give or take). The more we saw of Venice, the more we understood just how prosperous this city was in its prime. There truly is no other city on Earth like this one.