Hotel Forte del 48
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... and watched a couple of displays of glassmaking. The expert glass makers made it look so easy, they barely broke a sweat putting the glass into the scorching ovens and bending it to make cups and flowers and trinkets. Around the city were all sorts of glass sculptures and we really enjoyed the glass armadillos in one of the glass museums. We ended our day by shouting ourselves a riverside dinner. It was a beautiful spot and we had a lovely meal. The food here is so so ...
... just to brown the outside); add white wine (enough to cover about half the height of the fish) and bring it to a gentle simmer and at a healthy amount of sundried tomatoes and parsley; salt to taste. Cook until fish it white all the way through and flakes with a fork. Squeeze a little bit of lemon over the final product
Spaghetti with calamari and tomato sauce:
Prepare a standard, fresh-tomato sauce:
Chop 2-3 ...
... the jazz bar that was in the same square.
Having walked around for a while it was time to refuel. Breakfast two happened at a restaurant next to the Grand Canal, one up from where Peach and I had eaten previously. 15 euros later we had sat on the tables right next to the canal and had eaten a croissant each and drunk an orange juice for me and another cappuccino for mum.
Now feeling both full and a little queasy from the ...
... at different cafés and decided on one close to the center square. I had the most delicious cheese and spinach tortellini and took my sweet time eating it. I love hanging out with groups of people but there are times when I just need some time on my own as well, so this was a much needed treat. After my lunch I walked around the square and along the pier looking at all the little cart shops. I got some gelato and sat in the sun. Had to meet up with ...
... offered some great views of the square.The museum had everything from ancient coins to portaits, quite an impressive variety. I was fascinated by a sceptor? staff? that was made from a "sea unicorn horn." Really? Narwhal horn doo dads. Awesome, but where on earth did they get them from? I thought narwhals lived in the arctic. I guess that would just make an item made out of one's horn even more exotic and valuable. There was ...