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... wear the white jackets - I had a yummy fish soup and Darren a Scampi with the obligatory grog to compliment it! We then strolled back to the hotel via the closed market bridge to view the gondalas by night light- very beautiful! Our first full day competed and I feel like we've been here for days. Good night
... pretty much no people and could get some nice photos. It was very hectic in the streets close to the main sqaure. We went to the toilet which cost €1.50 each! We met up with sandy and Emma in the main square. We walked towards the Rialto bridge where sandy knew about a cool little bar on the water that did aperitivo, where you buy a drink do about €5 and get a buffet at about 5.30pm. We had to walk down a ...
... to be taken off the 'complimentary' list after we have been through!
So 'Mr Wing it' chalks up another victory as we settle into our apartment, home for two nights. Although his celebrations were cut short when he realised that he has 'lost' (hopefully misplaced) his glasses.
We add some extra layers and head out to explore Venice and find an nice little Italian restaurant to eat dinner.
Love what we see. Can't wait for tomorrow!
... in these zones. Wandered around the shops. Eventually returned to accommodation & showered as had intended to get up early & it was 8.30am when decided to look at time.
Walked over the Rialto bridge & found an outdoor café area just to the RHS across the bridge. Had an Americano & this area was much quieter than on the other side of the bridge.
Walked back ...
... to a 5 piece string quartet. We went and found those streets less travelled and were rewarded with local bars, dainty shops and restaurants that catered for our budget. The next day we woke to rain which seemed to add to the charm of the city maybe as it also washed a bit of it's grit into the canals. The rain kept the tourists at bay and only the brave ventured out for adventure. We had a lazy morning and caught up on the customary emails, messages, skype calls ...