Travel Blogs from Venice
... just to brown the outside); add white wine (enough to cover about half the height of the fish) and bring it to a gentle simmer and at a healthy amount of sundried tomatoes and parsley; salt to taste. Cook until fish it white all the way through and flakes with a fork. Squeeze a little bit of lemon over the final product
Spaghetti with calamari and tomato sauce:
Prepare a standard, fresh-tomato sauce:
Chop 2-3 ...
... thing, as mozzies have bitten me on every square cm of my exposed flesh. I can see them flying by in the light of the screen & I can hear Rion slapping at them in a futile attempt to keep them at bay.
We saw the wait staff doing similar things to the seagulls & pigeons at the marketplace,
with just as much effect...
I might lie down now, I'm feeling a little light headed due to lack of blood all the mozzies ...
... That kicked off a really good conversation. I found out that she was also on holiday by herself and she really needed a friend because she felt lonely.
So we chilled at the spa all day until it got dark.
she gave me her number and we parted our own separate ways.
The hotel is not too far away from mine so we decided to have breakfast in the morning.
I went back to my room and fell asleep in my bed feeling all relaxed and stuff.
... themselves. Today we got to go back to the main island and we firstly had to sit through the glass blowing demonstration. They tried to sell us some expensive glass but we quickly found the exit and began exploring for the day. We spent most of the day walking around the little streets, following the canals and getting ourselves a bit lost. We had pizza and pesto ravioli for lunch. ...
... over bridges, catching a Vaporetto, visiting San Marco Basilica, the Doges Palace, the Museo Carrer and the Archaeological Museum. The contrast between the opulence and grandeur of the Doges Palace and the enormous room (in particular the Chamber of the Great Council), and the dinginess of the prison on the other side of the Bridge of Sighs was enormous.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCa Formosa Venice
In the very heart of Venice, Ca' Formosa is rare find. Clean, large rooms will make your stay a pleasant one. You have to go up 60 steps over a narrow staircase, so be prepared!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.