Hotel de l'Alboro
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... with Prosecco wine and Aperol. Portion sizes in Italy are surprisingly a little smaller than I would have expected, but I think my perception of portion size has changed since I've been having quite a lot for lunch because in Spain it's the most important meal of the day.
We spent the rest of the time walking around, going into the many shops in Venice, checked out the famous Harry's Bar, where Alfred Hitchcock, and Truman Capote ...
Our last day in Venice was spent riding the canals and doing a lot of people watching. After checking out the location of the train station we ventured into a new shopping area - the Rialto. The couple we met from AZ recommend the Rialto stop as a good place to shop. The Rialto stop is adjacent to the Rialto Bridge a maca for tourist picture taking and for newly weds ...
... proud and excited to discuss their common, typical dishes and wines of the area. Time after time I wandered up to an unoccupied salesman with a simple question and sat back in awe as the responses were unleashed upon me, sometimes going on for 10 minutes about the tradition or the cultivation of some food or drink.
The first time caught me by surprise. Starving after a long morning of travel and having just arrived into the canal city, I wandered ...
... much every food item you can think of! There are casual restaurants upstairs and the food looked amazing. We got some cheese, salami, olives & focaccia for a snack on the train. We saw a lot of animal parts I would've rather not seen as well, and there was one point that I realized there was a skinned rabbit with the eyeballs still in and a full duck (beak and all) to my right, only to quickly avert my eyes left and see full roosters with their heads ...
... tired legs and sore feet.
Sadly to say I didn't get my Gondola ride like I had anticipated but it was glorious to watch these beautifully decorated gondolas gliding past with their gondolier at the stern.
Back on the ship .... showered, dressed and then off to the show, lots of dazzle dazzle, finishing in time for us to go and have dinner while chatting to the friendly waiters. Think we both decided to call it a night as we were ...