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... not to get wet an enjoy the ride. It was fun to do, until it started to hail on us. It was painfully cold. So there we were all huddled together so uncomfortable! Because we were all wet from the rain, when the hail started it stung when it hit us. But yet again, put it aside, suck it up your in venice, on a gondola ride. It was awesome looking at the houses that only had access via the river, personally I would prefer access off one of the walk ways. The houses ...
... and it took them a looooong time to dry - no sun really gets in that alley, and not much of a breeze - it took over a day for them to dry - had to bring them in and hang them from cupboards and dressers.
So we decided to go find something to eat and ended up eating at a spot D and I ate at in 2012. I got bombed by a darn berry that fell out of the tree we were sitting under. It exploded when it ...
... bridge over the grand canal surrounded by beautiful little streets with boutique shops. We got very lost but found some amazing things so it was so worthwhile. Their glass is incredible I wish I had space to bring some home. We later found our way back to Piazza Roma to find our way home, which once again took us significantly longer than it should so we went for gelato and enjoyed the view. We got back and walked through mainland Venice, which wasn't much to see. Then had ...
... and the man told me quite roughly not to touch the fruit, so I had to buy more than I wanted, including the soft ones. I did know I wasn't supposed to feel the produce, but I forgot. Not like Coles.
So we didn't actually get to Burano today, but will try again tomorrow. I love lace.....
PS I will gradually try to fill in the missing days from the cruise as I go, so some entries may be out of order, or very short.
... buried in the garden here with her many beloved dogs.
We finished off our exploring with the traditional gondola ride through the canals and and an Italian dinner. Pasta and Chianti naturally.
Lots of wonderful moments experienced and memories created.
Ken's highlight...gelato on the Grand Canal.
Paul's...people watching whist partaking of a chilled refresher during happy hour
Tomorrow we cruise...whoo ...