Wave goodbye to cars and uneasy, jay-walking situations as you reflect upon these pictures I took on my trip to Venice with my family. If given the choice, I swear I would never have left.
In between scurrying through the alleyway-streets filled with little shops that sell intricate glass-made jewellery to dirt cheap fashion, Venice offers you a peace of mind for the brief period of your stay. I can honestly, hands down tell you that I was so relaxed and felt completely at home in this little floating city.
We were devoted to a restaurant in Venice called Ristorante da Cherubino – so devoted that we went everyday for dinner. It was decently priced with amazing food; so good that when we returned, all the waiters were so pleased that the owner came out and treated us to a plate of his own favourite appetizers.
The pier, Piazza San Marco, as beautiful as it was when my parents had first visited it in their first year of marriage, was extremely busy but still, we managed to capture it on our devices.
The ice cream there is definitely worth a try – this was hands down the most well-flavoured pistachio ice cream I’ve ever had.