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- Non-smoking hotel
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... into the small side streets is fascinating. And no cars or scooters or bikes to contend with. The only thing you have to watch out for are the porters pulling carts jam packed with produce or merchandise for stores or luggage of tourists.
The last tour was a water tour of the Grand canal and a few side canals. Our tour guide did point out the palazzo where George Clooney got married. Also ...
... about 500m walk from the water taxi. Once there, it was a bit harder with 3 flights of stairs to get our bags up. Unfortunately our hostess was not able to let us in tonight, so her Aunt did who had limited English, and didn't tell us about the dumb waiter that could have taken our bags up. We will remember that for the day we leave.
So we unpacked, and then decided to walk around Venice. It is pretty amazing with some of the streets are so ...
... and asking, "Would mind taking our picture."
I debated whether to show Norma enjoying our sidewalk break in St. Mark's Square or the bill for the break. I always go with Norma when in doubt. But just so you get the flavor of the profit-potential of a cafe at this location, the coffee and orange juice, nothing else included, were 9 Euros and 12 Euros, respectively, which in U.S. coin works out to $27.
It was an early start this morning for us; we were up at 5am to drive to Manchester airport for 9am to drop off the car. Thankfully, it was a swift and pleasant journey, and we arrived tired but stress free. We had a short wait in the airport, which we spent doing our usual tour of the shops, and here we spotted a dude from Hollyoaks (it turned out to be 'Ashley Taylor-Dawson?) being mobbed by women as he also tried to shop....a reminder of our student ...
... as a prelude to moving on to a proper restaurant for a meal. We try some thin toasted slices of bread with baccala, and others with blue cheese topped with an anchovy. All are delicious, and at €1.50 each and €2 for the prosecco we drink with them, it's a bargain. After this break I set out to deliberately get us lost, as we haven't spent any time on this side of the canal yet. We wander through tiny back streets ...