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... interest in their culture, profession and preferences yielded exciting, passionate and extensive responses.
"How do YOU cook this?"
"Where is this wine from?"
"Which of these spices is your favorite?"
"Which tea would you drink on a hot day like today?"
Though it was in no way perfect, my confident attempts at using Italian also seemed to leave a sweet taste in their mouths.
As in the region of Tuscany, many ...
Unusual for us, but we did a lot of shopping in the Venice airport. There was a great murano glass shop and we bought matching glass Christmas trees - they were just too adorable to pass up! And C bought a book of photographs from Venice. Then, we boarded our short flight to Munich.
Arrivederci Italia! Until we meet again!
... hours. it was about 3 pm at this time and I wanted to spend more time with her. But that's just how the way things go.
She was happy to go back home but sad because she didn't have much time left to spend with me in Venice. We had eachothers numbers so we could catch up when we get back to australia.
It was time for her flight, we both got up and went back to ...
... our trip, and we made a quick stopover at a cookie store where I bought some macaroons!!! We could only afford 4 with my small change, and got a raspberry, choc raspberry, vanilla, and chocolate chilli. Was amazing little mouthfuls of happiness.
We walked back to St Mark’s square, had a look into the cathedral and basilica, then we walked around past the Doges Palace where the royal family used to live. Connected to the back of the palace is the bridge of sighs which ...
... a chance to witness to one american guy, conbined interest in photography and faith, a nice opportunity. Our patience was rewarded as we obtained some good shots looking out toward the lagoon.
On the way back I saw a bit of early Venice in operation. The light is really lovely and at this time of morning, there are very few tourists about. The small fish market boat pulled up in Canareggio and pulled the covers off and ...