Ca' Barba B&B
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... left. We then meandered along further until we found a nice little restaurant where after pointing our sticky noses towards the window, a waiter jumped out and promised us homemade pasta and service par excellence. Well, this was really it, we thought as there was now a 12% service charge on top of the pricing. We all excitedly ordered together, Carolyn and Russell the pasta and we the the chicken. The speed at which the pasta came out would ...
... the water and caught a water bus to the Rialto Bridge and walked across it and found a nice bar next to the bridge where we could sit outside and take in the atmosphere which was intoxicating. We caught a water bus to Lido an island off the main part of Venice. It was the trip back to Venice where things went a bit off course. I'm told reliably that it was my fault but will not confirm or deny. The water bus we caught was going to ...
... about the place. When we got back on the ship I went in the pool. Not for long. We then had dinner with Auntie Jo and Emily at a restaurant on the ship called the Red Velvet restaurant. At one point everyone started waving their napkins around. Auntie Jo did it like a crazy person and we took a slow motion video of it. We then went to our cabins and ...
... br> We left Paul at home and Carmen and I walked Danita around to her meeting point for her Tour.
Mind she did not need company as she has independently found her way around Europe for many months up until now but we are glad we did because we witnessed what they say about Venice being under water at times.
We presumed it was because of the rain we had late this afternoon but it could also be because of the high tide coming in.
We were amused at how the Waiters ...
... definitely finding Brittany’s suitcase but also getting a more comfortable room. While the accommodations at Hotel Ai Do Mori were wonderful, it was literally a room with a double bed and no room for our suitcases. Our stateroom on the cruise ship had a lovely, large window, two separate beds that were pretty comfortable, a sofa, a desk and a larger bathroom, which was nice. It was really comforting to be able to unpack a little and make ourselves more at ...