Our dinner was in the hotel restaurant again. Appetiser: salad with the red radish we saw displayed outside the restaurant last night, dressed with olive oil Entrée: penne bolognaise Mains: chicken with vegetables (capsicum, eggplant, broccoli) Dessert: frozen ice cream with almonds and a sticky, brown sauce drizzled on top. The waiter’s English was very good, because some people got the impression that the pasta was the main course, although the serving was small. So a few ordered another serve of pasta before they realised we were getting chicken for the main. [caption id="attachment_2387"...

When we got out of the Glass factory we looked for a place to eat. Mum wanted to get take away pizza because she didn’t want to pay a cover charge, but we ended up eating in a restaurant anyway. We got seafood tagliatelle (€16), fisherman’s risotto (€14) and prosciutto pizza (€9.50). The bread we were given was rolled and looked like mantou. The risotto was tastier than it looked, probably because of the cheese, and it had the more chewy texture. Although the serves were smaller than...

We joined the €66 excursion tonight: ‘Venetian Night Out with Dinner’. We met in the lobby at 5:50pm and proceeded to the ‘parking island’ by coach. From there we caught a water taxi to Venice city. We were quite squashed inside the taxi. Two people had to stand outside with the driver. We opened up the roof of the back part of the boat so the people there could stand up. Because the restaurant was small, we were split into two tables for four and one for six. Appetisers: prawns...