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... Our guide stopped at several Osteria's and brought us local Venetian wines and snacks to try, hopping on and off the boat with ease. Things we would likely never try on our own but were delicious.
With the rowing lesson over we wanted to explore more areas of Venice we didn't fit in yesterday as this would be our last day on the main land of Venice. We found a nice restaurant with out door seating near the grand ...
... repeatedly by the police placed every 5 meters, however there was such a crush of humanity that there was no chance anyone was going anywhere and I happened to end up almost next to the professional photographer, so a great spot.
Moved off the bridge after the main procession and found Julie and Judy watching from the bank.
Last night with the Bunnik crew tonight. A tasty meal of pasta, slow cooked beef and a yummy cream, meringue walnut ...
... your train or destination. Your train ticket has no information on it neither does the train. Even in the first class cabin there is no sign indicating which stop you are approaching. So were a little relieved we had not gone 200 mph in the wrong direction. Pretty exciting when you pass an opposing train!
Big day out & fun but so nice to get home to our peaceful villa after all the crowds.
... where we could find a newstand and were directed a ways down the street where John was able to buy the International version of the New York Times to get some American news.Next we drove to a Sorrento farm for lunch. The farm was amazing. Totally self sufficient but all on only 4 acres! The drive is so narrow there would be no way to get a bus down the hill so we transferred into two of the farms vans and were ...
... 1/2 hour from Venice which was chilled out and had clean water. We also went to the glass island of Murano which was really interesting. We watched a few of the glass makers make the animals and ornaments. It was really impressive.
We didn't go on a gondola ride, that also didn't fit the budget, it was nice enough catching the water taxis.
Italy's been great! We've made the most of the good wine and ice cream and well be back for more in a week for a special ...