So have you been wondering about our Pizza dinner? Wonder no more it was fantastico! Garrie declared it the best pizza he had ever tasted (sorry Sherrie). Mine included ham, mozzarella, mushrooms and artichokes
1) looking up and around too much and falling into a canal
2) guys with trolleys delivering things but they yell "attention" before they come too close.
Boats don't seem to start very early so the peacefulness of the city in the early morning is just wonderful.
A few of you may be wondering why you haven't seen us on a gondola. Well it's more than the price, which is a bit extreme, it's also the heat. Here is one I snapped yesterday. We think the lady in what looked like a rain poncho is probably several kgs lighter and those without hats or coverings are very burned!
Oh and I finally gained my good shot of the Rialto Bridge
We've taken to sitting in the back outside which isn't crowded but is low in the water and you do sometimes wonder if you'll be swamped
For our cycling buddies, this little guy is still with us, though we admit to eating the King of the Mountain and the Sprinter...
As mentioned before, tonight we are going to Scuola Grande de San Teodoro https://www.google.com.au/search?q=scuola+grande+di+san+teodoro&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en&client=safari
To hear Vivaldi's
Can't Wait! It might need it's own post!