Locanda Ca' del Console
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... by a water taxi around Venice. We were thinking about a gondola, but we'll wait till tomorrow with hopefully less rain opportunity. We found a small restaurant and had some risotto before a nice lazy sleep. Ahhhh Venice. The streets and water lanes thinned out as the rain came, seeming to wash all the zombies away. I'll definitely come back one day, but like all the places I liked, I'll come back in the dead of ...
... some dinosaur bones on this island, but alas we were mistaken.
As our weary bones headed towards the house, we decided to grab food near our apartment. We found a great little "Spaghetteria" and popped in for a bite. Jillian had her best fresh pasta of the trip, and my pizza was delicious as well. Although Jillian was craving for some more, we heading home after grabbing our obligatory 2nd gelato of the day.
Gelato Count: Nick 9, Jillian 8.5
Tomorrow we have a full day of travel to Rome, then it's my last night on tour. With several of us leaving and a 21st to celebrate I'm sure it will be messy. I might as well make the most of it, since I'll be on my own and have plenty of time to recover afterwards. Of course, I'll have to survive the brutal space of time between checking out of one hostel and checking into another. I can't say I'm looking forward to that.
... through the canals. They
are everywhere along the water edges, which are along all the streets so it was
easy to find a couple of Gondoliers standing about waiting for some tourists to
hop in. We did just so and immediately could not believe we were really on a
Gondola in the canals of Venice. Of course Kanon was probably the most excited
to simply be on a boat in the water, hard to calm him down! We enjoyed a
... Now, it was time for some pasta! We ordered three items: Bigoli Mori, Potato gnocchi with lamb sauce, and Paccheri with lobster ragú. Our dinner the night before had been fantastic, complete with some very satisfying pastas, but these took it to a whole other level. Bigoli Mori is the name for a very traditional Venetian pasta dish made with whole wheat spaghetti. The sauce is then made with lots of anchovies, garlic and not squid ink, but squid guts. I know that ...