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Travel Blogs from Vicenza
... for hours enjoying the people, the food and the culture. Viewing the grand canal from the Realto Bridge was a thrill. The many canals of all sizes were fascinating. I'm hoping to return again to enjoy it in the evening. After hours of walking I stopped to enjoy a plate of spaghetti. I couldn't help but think of Lady and the Tramp..."This is the night, such ...
... visit my dad's parents. I would sit patiently listening to a language I didn't understand. Every now and then when I thought the conversation included me, I would ask dad for a translation. This would go on for many years. I never learnt to speak Italian let alone understand it. Today I was back in my nonna's house, listening to three people have a conversation that I couldn't contribute to, and yes, I had ask Carmen ...
... girl from Colorado) and he even made me talk to one of them. The rest of the day was relatively easy, and I got back to Dello tired and feeling the start of yet another cold (that would be 3 in 2 months if anyone's counting). That night I'd had the bad headache my throat had felt a little scratchy too and after shouting at the club to be heard over the loud music my voice had pretty much gone out. Luisa picked me up and took me to her aunt's ...
Venice is really a pretty town, but without a map you would be swallowed up forever. There are no cars in venice as it is all canals and narrow alleyways which in the night are quite eerie. We only got a few hours in venice, but once the novelty of the gonola ride wore off, it became a crazy maze of bridges and alleys to find our way back to the boat to sail off ...
... as well. It,s romantic and picturesque-a million times more than I ever wouldąve imagined. About half of the Venetians I,ve chatted with know english and there doesnąt seem to be a communication barrier with those that don,t. I had the best coffee of my life this morning and the perfect chocolato croissant to go with it. After wandering around, I had one of the best meals of my life. A glass of local(ish) wine, a bottle of still ...
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