Locanda Antica Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Barbara gave it a try - although I noticed her sharing her leftovers with John and Dave! :-). So - that little excursion put us in a good state of mind! At least for the time being . . .
The flight was only about five hours long . . Just time enough for a plastic bottle of wine and some delicious shepherds pie! Not time enough for a Tylonol PM. Only minutes of sleep here and there. :-(. Some of us (John, Laurie, ...
... Italian one, coffee and a pastry eaten while standing at the café bar while surrounded by other people do the same thing. I’m sure the coffee we were served was delicious, however as someone who doesn’t really do coffee the deliciousness was a little lost on me.
Since it was still quite early tourist wise, we used the opportunity of having very few tourists on the Rialto Bridge to take some photos – the ...
... to the island of San Giorgio where we visited the church of St Marco. It is a beautiful building inside with many lovely paintings and the sculptured wood work at the main alter is amazing. After a quick walk around the island, we hopped onto the shuttle again & headed over to the main island for our gondola ride. As the tour group was quite large we had to wait a while for our turn, but in the end it worked out well as we had our "own" gondola for just the four of ...
... church combined. He dedicated his life to the building of that church, he even lived in it for years so he wouldn't have to be apart from his work, his masterpiece. But he was willing to consider the entire project, except the passion, as rubbish, because that was the only part that truly matter to him in the end. Was getting people to see the passion, to see the sacrifice and realize just how much that was ...
... that one second we would be completely alone in some small dark alley and the next second we were on a busy tourist lined street.
John really wanted to get some lasagna in Italy but all of the places were so expensive. We wandered into a grocery store and they actually had some decent looking homemade lasagna in their deli case. He got just under a half kilo of it. We also picked up some bread that later turned out to be magic bread. The ...