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... 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 ...
... me-I had nothing else to do. I laid there hoping the stillness and darkness would calm my splitting head, but it just got worse and worse. Finally around 8 I asked the front desk for some medicine and fell asleep soon after. I got lots of sleep and woke up feeling refreshed and not so lonely like I had the night before, and it was Halloween! I had to take 3 different trains to get to Reggio Emilia, and the first one was late so I was afraid I ...
Good Morning - we woke up relatively early and knew we were in for a great day. Today is our last full day in Venice - and we are dedicated to spending the entire day roaming the streets. We decided no Vaporetto today - we would walk everywhere. You never know what you are in for here - you never know where one alley will take you - what you will find over the next bridge - it is wonderful! There are always signs pointing you in the vague direction of ...
... in our tour group that I was interested in doing a cicchetti pub crawl as described in Rick Steve's tour book. Cicchetti is like tapas, which are appetizers served in wine bars or pubs with a glass of wine. We decided to meet in the patio at our hotel at 7:00. When Barbara and I went down to the patio, there were 11 other people from our group ready to go. We walked over to the area near the Rialto Bridge and began looking for Osteria ...