Really enjoying this blog as well. Very well written prose and nice reviews of restaurants that provide just enough to whet the appetite without burying you with info. And this part really nails it:

:What we love most about Venice is the breath of silence and peace in the calli (narrow streets) and campi (little squares), far away from the crowds of tourists. In a city with no cars, buses or subways you can only walk or take the vaporetto (ferry boat) with your hair ruffled by the wind. You will discover an old way of living that is no more part of our times.”

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The Italian Flavour

Venice is one of our favourite cities in Italy.

We always try to visit it once a year as we love to discover its hidden courtyards and peep the small gardens of its ancient palaces through the iron gates, where centuries-old trees learned how to live in this unique place in the middle of the sea.

What we love most about Venice is the breath of silence and peace in the calli (narrow streets) and campi (little squares), far away from the crowds of tourists. In a city with no cars, buses or subways you can only walk or take the vaporetto (ferry boat) with your hair ruffled by the wind. You will discover an old way of living that is no more part of our times. You can experience an atmosphere of an old-time village that unfortunately you can’t find elsewhere anymore: washing hungs out of windows and…

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