B & B Al Saor
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... heard an engine and gave chase yesterday and wound up getting all wet. Turned out the car was in the water. What the heck?
My captor Kate is taking me on a really big floaty thing tomorrow. Hopefully there will be lots of other doggies for me to chase, sniff and play with.
This place is a bit RUFF on the feet.
Today we were off to Verona for a whistle stop then on to Venezia. Verona was average, well just the parts we saw. We headed to Juliet's balcony and the opportunity to rub the beast of the statue for luck. Oh my God, what a zoo! Most of the people queued in a rough order to take a photo but not some people. When Doug stood up to the statue, some random South American woman hopped up on the other side and grabbed Juliet's breast. I wasn't having any of that so ...
Early on a Thursday morning I caught a bus (at the last second, might I add) from the tiny, rural village where I had spent my Summer to Florence, where I would take a train to my long awaited vacation to Venice for three nights with nothing but myself, a kitchen and some good shoes for walking.
My goal was to do what most people did not want to do: walk the sinister alleys and the daunting canals of Venice with the intention of getting lost. In doing ...
... fine artwork adorning the walls.
Unfortunately by this point I realised that I had a fever and was rather sick. When we met up for drinks in the bar I looked like an eskimo rugged up in everything I had, while the others pulled off everything they had.
Tonight I dined with three fellow contiki members, who had also not chosen the optional. I ordered a basil and tomato pasta, and it was just divine! Perfect Italian pasta, a meal I ...
... of Venice
Visited the supermarket for supplies and rested a while as even the house rules state no noise between 1.00 & 3.00 siesta time. Then out for a walk - believe it or not, 50 yards from the house I hear kingdom music and stumble on a Kingdom Hall. 3 lovely brothers were working there doing some cleaning. Again, as they had no english, I was able to use dodgy Italian to communicate. Ended up spending 15 mins ...