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March 07, 2011


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Sounds like a wonderful way to tour Venice. I would have liked the old days when "everyone" participated ... it's a shame when traditions become too "big" ... Anything really special set for tomorrow (Fat Tuesday)?

monica cesarato

Ciao Bella,

thank you so much for the great day we had and for actually listening to me babbling away about Venetian Food, tradition and all the rest. Hope I did not bore you too much! Have a great Fat Tuesday, since the sun is shining away!

Italian Notes

Gosh, it would have been great to drag along. What a wealth of impressions and knowledge.

Sarah and Mark

Sounds all so fantastic. What a great write-up and beautiful photos. Such a shame we couldn't make it, but see you next time!


Paula - It's still very festive and packed with people. There is a lot going on for Fat Tuesday. I have two posts coming up about the day and the night.

Monica - You're very welcome. It was a great day. I hoped that I didn't forget anything, as I usually am writing things down as I go. I looked out for you in St. Mark's Square but didn't see you.

Sarah & Mark - You are right; it is fantastic. And, yes we'll see you next time.


I love this post!! :-) What marvelous costumes. I am absolutely dying for deep-fried dough after all your pictures, though. :-)


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Corinne @ Gourmantic

I'm with Monica. I like authenticity and purists when it comes to recipes. By all means, create something different but call it something else.

That must have been such a fun and educational tour. Lucky you! :)

ferienhaus ibiza

Hats off to this post........
This post makes me more eager and excited for my Venice trip which will be after 3 months.I can't wait for it much.I am a food lover and this post also makes me to feel appetite.Thanks for sharing such a great aspects of Venice.

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