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... Street Food and despite the english name the pasta and panini were very good. We ate our lunch at the well in the square outside St Maurizio church. After we had eaten we meandered to San Marco and then onto the Rialto Bridge browsing the shops and people watching. The weather was superb, sunny, warm and a cool breeze when under the shade. About 5pm we came back to the hotel and had a bit of a rest, boys played ipads and we read ...
... quant. Not what I had expected for an award winning restaurant but it was really nice. We had a fantastic seafood meal which they buy fresh from the fish market in the morning and design their menu accordingly for lunch and dinner. We met a nice couple who were sitting next to us, Sofia and Bassam. We got talking for most of the night and turns out they live in London, so we exchanged numbers and hopefully we will see them again when we are all back home. Walking ...
Then there was Saturday, our one full day with Caleigh, and we were going to spend it in Venice!
First, we slept in.
Then we lounged around posting pictures of the previous day’s activities online.
And we had to take Piper for a walk.
By that point we needed coffee and a snack.
Then the next train wasn’t for about an hour, so we had time to try a winery near our house.
We missed that train. ...
... chilli, salads, sandwiches, chips. All delicious. We got back to our hotel to a note on our door saying the owner would be in at 8pm but it was already 9pm so we just figured we'd see them in the morning on check out. Nope. They came back and banged on our door at 10pm and he was the most annoying person we've met so far! Babbling on about emails he thinks he's received from us and how everyone should travel with phones. Anyways we eventually paid and got rid of him. ...
Guest Writer: Dan
Do not even get me started on the night train..
It all seemed fine to begin with.. how wrong I was. We said our goodbyes to Vienna and borded the train bound for Venice. We found our seats and made friends with Simon, the sixth person in our six man sleeping compartment. He too was travelling round Europe but much more seriously than us, being one month in to his four month journey through the continent. Another friendly game ...