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... I think a reason I liked Venice was it reminded me of mum. Everywhere I turned I thought of you mum because I knew you would love it here. You would LOVE all the gelato and little bakeries and I can picture you in Venice easily haha! I thought I was getting sick of pasta and pizza but I'm not, it's the best excuse to eat my favorite things for lunch and dinner everyday! Very excited for Rome tomorrow! (it's our last busabout bus ah!) Lisa out! ...
... in saor (a marinade made from onions, vinegar, pine nuts and raisins, which has its origins in preserving food to take on sea journeys), gamberetti (prawns) in saor, grilled zucchini, eggplant and capsicum, polpette (little fried rissoles filled with meat or cheese) and more.
On top of all that, we went around the corner to Il Doge for gelato. Xander wasn't so keen on the ciccheti, so he had two scoops - cioccholata and stracchiatelli - while I could only manage one scoop ...
... dodge one another in their long narrow boats.
In the end, the most wonderful surprises come from exploring
narrow streets and passages away from the crowds, suddenly turning a corner and
there’s another gem. A marble church, a statue, an exquisite shop window, a
beautiful palazzo or a picturesque bend in a canal.
Our days consist of trying to see the truly wondrous, but
not stay out too long and deal with a meltdown from Archie and Pearl. We ...
... our fair share of sightseeing we proceeded to head back to Shyla and Sarina's hostel which was closer to the airport. We continued to relax and get our final plans in order as well as play some ping pong.
Venice was a great experience and I have grown to love the city since now being there twice. I do not think I would ever be able to live there because of all the tourists always invading, but it would be a nice place to have a small summer apartment haha. ...
... there was Mumma Luigi and her well endowed daughters letting it all, proudly, hang out.
Our objective of taking ‘a break’ from our previous hectic schedule did not eventuate. Rather than refreshed, we were now more exhausted than ever. Having disembarked the ship on Sunday morning, 6 May 2012, we jumped in a cab that took us to ‘Berth’s’ door. We dumped our gear, changed into our PJ’s and slept the day away - ...