La Pigna Residence
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... grocery bag and seemed to smile as if to think "of course, I would take that flour to America too." Hopefully, going through Newark will be equally easy as I am dying to make homemade pizza on the BBQ using authentic 00 pizza flour since the pizzas in Italy were all so incredibly good. Part of the reason, I attribute to the flour crust. The airplane meal ...
... a vaporetto back to my place to drop off my purchases from the museum (!!!) and then head out to meet up with a free walking tour that was starting at 4:30. I left a little early in order to be sure I could actually find the place - and I did, no problem. Maybe I have cured my directional dyslexia? Must. Not. Get. Cocky. The walking tour was quite good, although it was pretty bloody cold by the end of it. I think the temps had dropped to about ...
... The most astonishing piece was from the 14 or 15th Century (or maybe earlier) of Leda, um ahhh, liaising with the swan. Very explicit and Im sure raised a number of eyebrows 600 years ago and since. Piazza was almost devoid of tourists - so nice to be here at the end of the season.
We walked back to our digs via all the ritzy shops around the Ponte Rialto. One of the few times Im glad Ive got big feet and take a plus dress size. I would have had to take out a mortgage ...
... back and watched my excitement build as we boarded a water taxi to our accommodation disembarking at the famous Ponte di Rialto bridge. Apparently everyone gets lost in Venice's labyrinth of canals and dead end cobbled lane ways. Most tourists get worried by this but that was our plan: to get lost and explore the cobbled lanes less travelled. Fortunately though we didn't get lost zigzagging our way through to our accommodation for the next two nights. Our cosy little ...
... Isabelle and Zac were quite good, Isabelle enjoyed the scenery, Zac was more interested in his tablet and movies.
Once we reached Rome central station we made our way to the Metro underground. That was not fun, with two kids, our baggage and not knowing exactly where we were going. I think Isabelle and Zac were both quite ...
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