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... with Beef Sauce. No Venison sorry. I figured I'd been in Italy for so long I really should at least have had one Spaghetti Bolognese. The waiter was charming and funny, including giving us a joking hard time for not drinking alcohol, presenting cans of Sprite by magic trick from his sleeve, and offering to waive the bill if I beat him in naughts and crosses (we drew). It wasn't as cheap as we'd hoped, partially because Jess likes to order sides (fried ...
... a Wine and Olive oil tasting in the outskirts of Florence at Grignano. The woman who was hosting us for those few days led the tour and was very intelligent and kind. We were able to taste many Chianti and learn the process of how they make their olive oil. Olive oil here is like nothing you will ever find in the US it has such a robust flavor that it requires little to nothing else to make a meal taste wonderful. My favorite wine was actually the dessert wine which tasted ...
... we were walking up to the catocombs Pauline's back started to hurt mum didn't want it push It so we went back. We got back and chilled out. For dinner we went to a place Roberto recommended Roberto was the man who owned the place. It was very yummy for a change I didn't have margarita I had a pizza with cheese and tomato no tomato sauce and the dough was thin. It was a tiring ...
... a Casanova, which was done as a team effort. It was uncanny how each person knew their role and the timing was spot on.
The showrooms were astounding...everything from glassware (crystal) to animals to chandeliers!
However, this unique glass comes at a hefty price! :-)
From there we hit the small island of Burano. We wandered this spectacularly "local" island that was filled with houses that are ...
We wanted to get some night photos closeby and this was a great spot. The canal looked great here at night and the buildings around were lit up. We grabbed a coffee (simon) and hot chocolate (sarah) with some pastries (i got a canoli !!!) and we sat just near the bridge to have them. It was a lovely nightly snack by the water.
We did our photo thing - then we headed back.
We said our last goodbyes to everything as we walked past. We will miss you Venice!