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Travel Blogs from Santo Stefano di Cadore
... gorgonzola I've ever had.
There are also panetterias (bread shops) that I'm pretty excited about, but we were cooking for some folks that couldn't have gluten, so we skipped those.
We still needed to stop by the supermarket for a couple of things, but that was fine too. We got scallops there that were still in their shells. I've never gotten scallops in their shells, so they were pretty ...
... had been put into it. Beautiful master
piece. we only got to explore the foyer and you're only allowed in,
supposedly, for ten minutes. No photos are allowed. We made our way
through admiring the walls, floor and ceiling. Beauty emulated from
When we got to The gift shop just before the exit
there was a small part you could photograph - so we utilized the
opportunity. It was in this moment that we realized the gold tinting we
... and we only went up like 3 alley ways then rushed off. The boat guy didn't sing or interact with us but instead had a full on conversation with the guy steering the Gondola in front of us. I dunno, it wasn't fun for me it was a very touristy impersonal thing and I didn't feel "wowed" by it. It was good to experience it though and see a tiny bit of the city by ...
... workout! We explored the city of Venice for the rest of the afternoon which was nice and did a little bit of shopping. Later that night we caught the waterbus to the train station (yes there is a water bus that pulls up right out the front of our hotel - should have looked in to the before we walked with all of our bags), sorted out our tickets to Bolzano and also did some washing at a laundromat near by. Everything was going well until the washing ...
... Well, not really. I just thought this is a busy main road, and it must lead somewhere, so we kept walking. We cut through a park along the way and were most happy to find a pond that was home to numerous tortoises. Continuing on, we rounded bend after bend after bend in the road, until we miraculously arrived at a big roundabout, and suddenly we were back on the map. The entrance to Boboli Gardens beckoned, and we did not hesitate to enter.
Unfortunately, entry cost us €10 ...