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... by Laurent Rabot (he described it as better than sex....I wouldn't go that far but it was delicious).
Of course a double espresso is picked up on the way back to the hotel for me to enjoy on the balcony, before its off for a well earned sleep in a bed with linen to die for. So far Venice is a bit of a mixed bag...everywhere you look is a new experience and yet the people don't seem to be enjoying life....We are looking forward to seeing what experiences tomorrow brings.
... to the hotel to freshen up and then after consulting TripAdvisor we decided to try and find a little hole in the wall place that had excellent reviews, in hopes of making up for our less than fabulous lunch. After becoming a bit skeptical of the directions with all of the turns and back alleys that we were taking, we finally arrived at the little trattoria we were looking for and we were very pleasantly surprised. For such a little hidden ...
... is my age and knows better than to stare) but they are making fun of me chewing gum! I of course get annoyed and chew a little louder and bigger. I take a picture of these rude French people just for the memory.
We de-board and begin our walk through Venice. It is so quaint and amazing. Monica's directions are fantastic- and we arrive at our bed and breakfast. The accommodations are great and Monica is darling- very ...
... style="-webkit-touch-callout: none;">I asked the Japanese girl who is studying in Paris how old she is. 21 she says and I immediately feel old. I don't feel old all that often, but yes, I'm getting up there in age. When I told her that I am 26 and her reply of, "Oh that's not so bad. Only 5 years," didn't alleviate the feeling that I am old and only doing this big trip now. Because I guess it is a young 20s thing to backpack and stay in hostels and explore the ...
... man there was very friendly, almost enough for me to disregard his sniffing and sneezing as he was making our meal. Joanna and I ate our fill, and had enough left over for breakfast. It was really yummy!
We’d seen colourful lights earlier, so we walked towards them and found a fun fair with dodgem cars and games. It was cool to have a look around, and then we grabbed some dessert in a nearby café. Joanna tried the tiramisu and I had a delicious chocolate tart. We love ...