Locanda Ca La Bricola
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We missed a water bus which was supposed to be a land bus, but eventually made it to our accommodation. I remember being spaced out and staring in the background as the landlady described everything to jen and I just nodded. Fell asleep as soon as they left. Woke up not sure where I was, like in that back to the future movie where Marty wakes up and thinks he's had a bad dream and travelled back in time. Then when she ...
... much random and incorrect guessing we were lead to our apartment. It is lovely! Great views, good location near lots of food, and it's fairly big.
We ventured forth to grab our first meal of the day, and grabbed a new treat. A kind of mozzarella and prosciutto sandwich rolled in a white bread bun. It was great and a new treat in my opinion. As we continued down the narrow passageways and bridges which create the maze which is Venice, we were shocked that ...
... way to spend half an hour.
I can't, however, say the same for the walking tour. In Berlin, our walking tour was taken by a young American with a masters in German history who gave us all of the juicy details. In Prague, our walking tour was taken by a guy dressed as Death who carried multiple props, including a light sabre. But in Venice, you get the old, monotone history expert who grunts every third word. As interesting ...
magnificent Duomo or (Dome). We checked
in and got our rooms, they were very nice and luxurious. We dropped our bags and
headed right back out to eat as we were all starving for a good first meal in
Italy. We decided quickly on the closest restaurant right in front of the hotel
and on the water. It was a very sunny and warm day and the food was the best we
had so far on our trip. I think we all agreed that we ...
... for us. I have had raw shrimp a few times before, but this was different. The texture was so much creamier, like shrimp butter! In San Francisco, you don't really see scallops served in their shell like this one was; a beautiful calcified gem from the bottom of the sea! The part of the scallop you eat is the muscle that the animal uses to open and close its shell, and typically when you order scallops anywhere--even raw at a sushi bar--that's all you get: that circular ...