Residenza Grandi Vedute
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... bridge by our hotel and had a lovely seafood dinner at a local trattoria . We had an accordion player for a bit which was fun, and several interesting Italian aperitifs - Bellini and another one I can't spell, that had lemon sorbet, grappa and prosecco. We had a lot of laughs and some sadness too because this group has come to feel like a big family and most are leaving early ...
... site to see, a city where the main roads were full of water.. I was awed haha and of course Jess and I both bought s mask. It was our mission while we were here. We weren't going to leave without one. Naturally though, I have a tendency toward the rare and expensive. I couldn't walk past it though. So I ended up spending more that I bargained for on a mask from Italy but hey, it's a one of ...
... Oh well, good thing I have a good book. The flight left on time and arrived 40 minutes ahead of schedule....easy smooth flight, not nearly as long as the flight over..for some reason coming back during the day is easier than flying overnight! Girls picked me up, we had a salad late night (for me) snack..in bed by 10 PM Mtl time. Wonderful ...
... it work in their favor! We also found a fruit stand and I insisted we stop as it's been a while since we have seen fresh fruit. I was in 7th heaven, but Mark grumbled a bit. Men and their fruit! Sheesh! We left the fruit in search of gelato (because we can't go to Italy without trying the gelato - no matter how much we had eaten!) On the tour we saw a gelato place very three steps, but it took us over 1/2 an hour to find a shop when we wanted one - go figure! Mark did some lemon ...
... to get in the way of the true Venetian character and history of the city. If I could make a recommendation to anyone visiting Venice for the first time, it would be to not spend a lot of time here. One night/one day truly would have been enough. While it was a very cool place to check off our bucket list, we didn't think there was tons to do. Restaurants and shopping are mediocre and touristy. We decided not to take ...