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... pointed out the undulating nature of the flooring, caused by many millions of feet walking over it as well as the regular flooding events that now occur. Apparently, St Marks Square and surrounds used to flood (they call it Acqua alta) on average 30 times a year but 10 years on, it now averages 80-90 and will get worse as sea levels rise over time. Also the City itself is sinking under the weight of the buildings by 10 cm per hundred years, so big issues need to sorted out and ...
... best pesto pasta
dish ever; Morea is now a fan of pesto, which she was not before. Alix and I
had never had a pesto sauce this good and taste so different than what we
typically have in the US. After this wonderful meal, and eye opener again of
how incredibly expensive everything is in France and Italy we headed back to
the room to change into cooler clothing and check out our first sights. The first place we visited was ...
... First we navigated the "People Mover" which is a type of link rail tram to St Roma Piazale, then a water taxi to what will become our new bus stop! From stop Giardini we had a surprisingly short stroll to our hotel. A quick photo stop on the way and cases dropped.
We had a beer in the local street and headed to the Rialto Bridge. This is one of ghetto four bridges that spans the Grand Canal in Venice. Originally a pontoon bridge built in 1181, was upgraded twice and he ...
... could have had 5 courses but opted for 3. Certainly a "second on the lips and a year on the hips" type food. Delightful. Then the entertainment at 9.30 which gave us just a snippet of what entertainers were on board and in which area of the ship. That over, we went to a "Blues Band" and they were great. Finally in bed about midnight. Lucky for us tomorrow is a rest day - a day at sea. Goodbye, vibrant Venice, until we meet again.
... and Sandra- all from Melbourne Four Americans - Tom and Gloria from Louisville Kentucky, Barbara from New York, Carol from Richmond Virginia. All of them are good company. What's that where are the dead rock stars - well I thought I would have a break but people are strange so I left the doors open just in case I wanted to introduce some. Anyway more tomorrow when we get to Corfu. Sweet dreams ...