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- Swimming pool
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... dome above looked so gigantic and impressive. So many huge statues and altars! I couldn't help but think that everything there actually distracted people from true worship and relationship with God. It seemed somewhat impersonal and focused attention on the statues, ritual and grandeur of man rather than God. We waited in line to descend below to where the tombs of previous popes were laid. Then we headed outside to witness the changing of the Swiss Guard. Right place, ...
... never really cared for minestrone in the past because of the tomatoes, but this soup was true "Tuscan." Lots of vegetables, beans and just so good. I also had some bruschetta pomodoro. I learned the secret last year for how to make bruschetta....you must first toast the bread, then rub a bit of raw garlic directly on the toast, drizzle with olive oil and then put your tomato mixture on top. Absolute heaven!
There was a totally obnoxious ...
... riding" your bike -- it's more like surviving! Omar is lovely, but tends to talk a bit too much at each locale. It's informative, but the city is so noisy due to all of the previously mentioned, it's sometimes hard to hear him and we tend to drift off. The sights are lovely though: the Duomo, the Baptistry, riding across the Arno, a visit to a lovely church called Santo Spirito and a walk ...
... we should explore more islands since we had the ferry pass. So next we took another 30 minute ride to Burano, the island known for their lace! Before I came on this trip, my coworker Richard recommended we go here and even showed me pictures of beautiful pastel colored houses. This was definitively a sight to be seen! All different color houses lined both sides of the Venetian canal and shops had everything lace! After Burano we made the treck back to San Marco Island, where we ...
... The other day I went to check it out. There was a carousel, games with stuffed animal prizes, food and gifts to buy. The gifts ranged from toys and stuffed animals to bags and belts to jewelry to Christmas decorations and nativity sets. It was very cool and so much I wish I could buy and bring home but it would never possibly make it home in one piece. This Christmas market takes place every day this time of year for a month or two.