Hotel Terme Helvetia
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... or camminare a solo! What ended up happening is that I tried to find the tour with my school and got hopelessly lost and ended up wandering around on my own. I ended up at the Rialto bridge where I hopped on a vaporetto heading up the grand canal. I think I'm just going to ride for a while. Invece, non ho possibile trovare i miei compagni di classe e ho comminato trovare la ponte di rialto per un ora! Eventualmente ho trovato la ponte di Rialto e ...
... get off the seat. We have never been told that Piper needed a ticket. Lesson 1: Piper needs a ticket. We paid 30 Euro cash, and the whole ordeal was over. Lesson 2: The way that you can tell if you are really paying a fine or if you're actually being extorted for a bribe is whether or not you get a bill and a receipt. We got both. Now we know that Piper needs a ticket because we double-checked online afterward. There are at least three train guards ...
... one email through. We wander around town and into a market area where there are dozens of small shops. It is all very colourful and repetitious. About 2.30 we reach the area near the new fort where we can catch a bus back to the port. We find a nice restaurant called Fresco where they have free WiFi. We sit down and order a beer for me, because it's about the cheapest drink you can buy and a pistasio milk shake for Edie.It was great ...
We awoke around 10:30 AM and made our way to a little café in Mestre. We had cheese gnocchi and also spinach and potato gnocchi. It was overpriced, so we decided to not go there again. Then we grabbed the train to venice, for our second day on the island.
We decided that tomorrow we will buy souvenirs and anything else that Dilyara wanted to buy. So, in order to keep up with where the good stores were, this time I drew on the ...
... enormous pot of salvia, very healthy with many leaves. The man in the shop however would not sell one stalk - which would not have made a difference to the appearance of the whole plant. Sage was later found for sale in small pots in the Supermarket, phew - what would Saltimbocca be without sage?
We returned the next morning to the butcher to tell him how good the veal was, and were rewarded with big smiles from all in the shop.