Hotel San Giuliano
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Finally, we made our way to Vineria all'Amarone which is a wine and cicchetti bar and it was my favorite stop.
All of the wine served in this wine bar is from the Veneto region, which is the broader region of Italy that includes the city of Venice and north eastern part of the Italian mainland up to the Alps. Prosecco is one of the wines produced in this area, but my favorite was the Amarone which is a ...
... as the roads were so boring.
I was on a very long straight, good bit of tarmac, so ideal i thought to give it a wiggle. I had gone some way when the articulated lorry coming towards me did the same. Now to say we had huge grins as we passed, is an understatement, we were doing a big high five and laughing.
Now some of you won't actually understand how funny this was but, for me and him, the bikers amongst us it was a very funny moment ...
We will post more (much more!) once we hit Toronto (we have a 9 hour plane flight tomorrow), but I just wanted to say two things:
1. I am in love with Venice, and after a particularly rough afternoon (some fighting, emotional-ness at it being the last day of vacation, heat, exhaustion, SO MANY TOURISTS, so much walking), it redeemed itself this evening. Beautiful ride down the ...
... area the other day. We ended up in Campo S. Giacomo dell Orio again!! I think he secretly planned it, the memory of that spaghetti bolognese was too much for him. After politely looking at the other restaurants in the campo we ended up back at Al Bagalo. Andrew had the spaghetti and I had a pizza. We both had a spritz! Now what? I suggested the Jewish Getto area or the gardens down past S. Marco. Andrew suggested Murano, so off we went. We wandered around for a few hours; found ...
Complimentary breakfast next door again. I have been carrying around a tube of Vegemite for the last 7 weeks and today I decided to open it! Today I am off to Murano and Burano. Eventually worked out where to catch the water bus to Murano! It is crowded - it seems with young people from India - so I have to stand but that is OK as it is a short trip. Arrived about 9:45 and nothing was really open. I hadn't really planned ...