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... and found someone who appeared to be official (judging by his robes) and managed to confirm our understanding that services would begin at 10am.
We strolled back to the nearest cafe for a quick bite. Mom had the omlette which came with a generous side salad, I went for espresso and a croissant which was still warm from the oven and filled with a bit of apricot jelly.
After breakfast we made our way back to church. There were about ...
... salad. Yummo!! This afternoon we caught the vaporetto to Lido, the beachside holiday spot for Venetians. It was sunny but very windy. There were many people at the beach but none swimming; most were sun baking or just walking. A gelato and we wandered along the Main Street and headed back on the vaporetto to San Marco. We walked home from there. We sat and people watched as we enjoyed a spritz in our street. Sandra and Peter made pasta carbonara for dinner....we truly are ...
... the water traffic. What a lovely way to close up our visit to Venice.
Once we got our bags we caught the Alilaguna waterbus to the airport where we had dinner and caught our plane to Frankfurt where we would spend the night. Our trip comes to a end except for a few miscellaneous reflections on Venice as we head home:
- Marge and I were both surprised by the traffic on the canals. It was really quite amazing for us to see all the movements of boats. ...
... wandering around on bridges over canals between fancy old buildings soaking it all up! But I didn't download 'That's Amore' last night for nothing and you don't come to Venice to only walk over the bridges. That's right, it was Gondola time! We piled on board and paddled off on the canals of Venice. We were a little disheartened when old mate 'paddler' wouldn't sing for us, but lucky I had Dean Martin in my pocket. So I cued that little ditty and in ...
... the world, time for another food moment. We dropped the bags off at the apartment and looked within a small distance for somewhere to eat. After dismissing a few overpriced options along the Grand Canal, we turned the corner and found a couple of restaurants situated along a smaller canal intersecting with the Grand Canal. Good prices, nice views, and it turned out to be quite tasty food. Tom had a mushroom risotto and I had cannoli. A quarter liter of ...