I kept hearing how expensive Venice was for eating. But that’s only if you go to the nice places, such as Antiche Carampane, which was booked solid for lunch and dinner when I arrived at 11:45 a.m. I think it would have been worth the 25 euro plates they offered.
Nevertheless, I found a small place and had plenty of cheese and tomato.
Reasonably priced and delicious it was, but I wasn’t full. A small place serving fried calamari had a never-ending line. I prefer the tiny squid bodies rather than the rubber band type pieces.
A small chocolate cake in a cute place for dessert. This guy was named Paolo.
After more walking, photographing and shooing pigeons, I needed some coffee, with a little ice cream.
Last was a quick slice before jumping on the train. A quiet, blue sky day in the magically flooded city of Venice.