San Sebastiano Garden Hotel
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After that we made our way back to our way back to our hotel - we were exhausted but not to have a tiramisu. We found the tiramisu shop that we were recommended to try - I Tre Mercanti (Castello - Campo Adela Guerra 5364). Trust me it didn't disappoint. Amazing with custom made takeaway containers! They have them in three flavours- traditional, peach and pistachio. Perfect presentation. Thanks Lana Fleszig - we did share ...
... fitted a new drive chain and sprockets. Chains generally stretch or wear in within the first few hundred miles and need adjusting and for sure this one certainly did.
A quick 5 minutes and the job was done and it was time to get going.
I knew it had been extremely cold overnight and my worry was the road back up this pass I came down last night. It was bad enough in the evening yesterday so I was expecting the worst for my return and sure enough I was right.
Uhg, 3:30a.m. was way to early to be getting up this morning but the thought of seeing the kids in half a day was enough to get us both out of bed, through the shower and down to the hotel lobby by 4:15a.m. We organized our checkout with a drowsy looking clerk, who repeated the questions he asked us a couple of time. I'm pretty sure we woke him up when got off the elevator as the entire area was dark except for the hall light in front of ...
Venice - Sunny, 24 degrees
1.00 AM - some excitement through the night as Greg rolls over during the night and the leg snaps off the bed. Hard to sleep with head on the floor so we make temporary repairs and wait until morning.
Amazing to go early in the morning to Piazza San Marco revelling in the fact that it is too early for most tourists. The mist adds to the atmosphere and it is really beautiful. We have so far missed out on any high water this time but all ...
... about those "folks who stormed in and out" of their establishment. Either that or the whole thing is a conspiracy with the train company so people will stop in their town.
Really, in the end, all we had to do was call our driver and let him know to come to the town we were in instead of Tarantola. He arrived just a few minutes after we did and drove us to Montone, tired, hungry, but having experienced a taste of Venice and Florence!