OTEDIS Garibaldi'S Relais
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this. :) We enjoyed aperitivo at Caffe Literario immensely. The dishes were amazing and I am taking a liking to the spritz, which is a mix of prosecco, a bitter liquer such as campari (all aperitivo drinks include a bitter component - that is what stimulates your appetite, supposedly) and I think a little bit of juice. The ambiance in the caffe was great - we were in a courtyard surrounded by locals and with no cars or parking lots anywhere in the vicinity! Ahhh, bella ...
... of the train. Lightning flashes across the sky, and the rain comes down so heavily we fear that we maybe canoeing the rest of the way. Luckily I’ve packed my trusty 5,00 euro ombrello. Despite the rain, we decide to make the 2km walk to Piazza dei Miracoli rather than the bus (Verona has scarred us forever, we may never take a bus again). Our route is lined by sellers, who have packed away their selfie sticks for now, and are now brandishing umbrellas in ...
... Dino. Had a chat, unpacked the presents and went to Giovanni and Anna's house for lunch be to meet our beautiful second cousins Elisa and Paolo. I was so excited to meet them. They are both cute gorgeous children. I love listening to them speak in Italian. For lunch we had a feast! Entree - Pesto pasta, main - roast beef with salad roast potatoes and homemade bread. On Saturdays the scandicci markets are open so we went there, walked ...
... Dinner is the big meal in Italy. Italians sit down around 8 or 9 o'clock and over the next three or four hours they consume five courses: appetizer, pasta, meat (fish, chicken or steak), dessert and espresso. It is still strange walking around at night and seeing people still eating dinner at 11 or 12 at night. But I got used to it and now I don't get hungry until at least 7 or 8. That will be hard to ...
So I was set on getting eight hours of sleep and did just that as the bells in the church tower rung at 7:30am. Oddly enough, it didn't wake anyone else, so I enjoyed the silence for a bit. After packing up, we hit the "road" and explored Venice a little more. We bought some baked goods at the bakery, some fresh fruit at the fruit stand and sat down by the water well to listen to the ...