Hotel San Moise
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... br> It couldn't have been that bad because Battery Boy had taken the effort to pre-record some music to play as they floated through this ancient city. Video Girl loved that he had recorded their wedding song, Pachelbel's Canon in D major, was happy with Luciano Pavarotti singing O sole mio, she didn't even mind Pink Floyd's, Wish you were here, but thought Edo Krilic's piano accordion rendition of Under the bridges of Paris was just wrong.
... we were headed for the Venice bus station, which would lead us to the train station - and hopefully our tickets.
One thing I'm learning as we make our way through this trip though is that it always ends well...just sometimes not the way you planned it would.
Thought of Emma today - we saw some rowers practicing on the water from the bridge on the way out to Venice. If Emma can arrange a race over here, I will come watch!
... tin lid, so his lunch wasn't as big as yesterday's. We had a gorgeous relaxing day, just strolling. I couldn't stop taking photos it was all so pretty.
I made Venetian chicken for dinner, which is actually just chicken pieces and whatever I could find in the cupboard, with a slug of wine, but it impressed Terry.
Rosie, I nearly bought you a beautiful hair clip, but it turned out to be a fridge magnet. I'll keep trying, maybe with my glasses on. ...
... bad this weekend. I actually met a boy that was on my plane to Rome, small world!
We attended a few of the outside festivities but other then that just bopped around to many of the small shops. Venice is known for their blown glass and mask making, of course. Needless to say I plan on coming back to this city with the fam and getting the full tour. ...
... the same restaurant for lunch that we did yesterday.
For our last dinner in Venice, we just wandered the streets again until we found one we thought we'd like - it was a 'ristorante' called 'San Provolo', just a few blocks behind our hotel. There seems to be 3 classes of cafe - ristorante' - more formal - 'trattoria' - less formal - or 'osteria' - least formal. There's also wine bars and coffee bars with food which fit it there somewhere. Anyways, it was pleasant ...