Hotel Santa Lucia
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... some of the back streets we saw beautiful villas and lovely neighborhoods before going back to the harbour canal. We had lunch in a quiet courtyard, tucked in behind a restaurant called Setefi, located right on the main canal. Great food and great service at a great price. It was then off to the other side of the island (very small) to catch the number 12 boat to our next stop.
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Sunday 2nd August
Yesterday we set off to visit St. Marks Basilica in St. Marks Square. We carefully planned the visit to be near low tide, because we did not want to have to wade through seawater. By the time we got there though, it was not the water but the crowds that thwarted our attempt.
... that 90% of the Venice population are tourists and wherever you go you can never get some peace and quiet! I have only had two meals here so far but I am already amazed with the food in Italy! Everyone has their own secret recipe, for example the lasagne (I have had a few) do not taste one bit the same! Even the gelati taste different, one shop to the next. I guess we have to keep trying them! ...
... The second one was even bigger. We got off at the train station and walked back from there. It took us through S. Giacomo campo again. It was very busy with kids running around everywhere. At one end they were making a scarecrow for the community garden. Children were working in the garden planting vegetables. It was lovely to witness this community spirit. On the way home we passed the little sweet shop where I'd bought some torrone (nougat) last trip....I bought some ...
... dined together for lunch. My companions all chose a seafood risotto and I had tortellini bolognese. Amran so kindly shouted us all lunch.
The day continued with much of the same but I was surprised at how much fun I was having being surrounded by so many happy people all there with the same purpose. I enjoyed the mere fact that I was at a festival, at Carnevale of all places. In Venice. I could pinch myself. It was this event alone that ...