Locanda Leon Bianco
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... goosebumps. We definitely don't want to camp. The next caravan site don't have any vacancies and they close at 7.30pm....it's now 6.40pm and we are once again in a familiar situation.
We drive further. Matthew thinks it would be best to be closer to the ferry port which takes us to Venice. I want a caravan by 7pm. We pull in down a side road and follow 3 signs which lead to another 3 ...
... We ended walking in a circle, and eating at a restaurant just around the corner. It wasn't an outstanding meal, but it was simple and familiar enough for Xander to eat something other than gelato! Full, we walked slowly home, taking our time to look in the shop windows along the way. There were still plenty of people around, eating, drinking, and just wandering, and plenty of noise from nearby restaurants and bars, but the apartment is quite soundproof with the windows on the calle side ...
... of the canals to a
church, a massive firework display follows at night. Rosemary has a boat. What
if we could all watch from the best seat in the house, on the water? In the
end, she has to rush off to see a composer and her instructions on how to hitch
a ride along a canal to the boat tied up on poles, sort out the battery, dodge
the police, avoid the revellers and get back without getting lost in the dark,
become too much. I ended up seeing the fireworks with ...
... the world, as well as the most awe inspiring. To try and think of all the awesome battles that have taken place in a single building throughout hundreds of years is pretty tiring, but also inspiring. I personally think that if the US adopted something like the ancient Romans had for dealing with their criminals our prison system would be much more efficient. I really don't see the problem with letting terrible people having to fight for their lives, I almost would ...
Next on the must-see list of Italy was Venice. For pure wow factor alone, this may be one of my all time favorite cities. The island portion of Venice is truly fascinating with no motor vehicles or really even bicycles, because anything with wheels would need to navigate a veritable maze of waterways, bridges, and stairs. Transportation by boat is the norm and the water buses are just as efficient as a regular city bus with a no nonsense pick up and drop off and move on routine. One of ...
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