Ca' della Loggia
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... your address or you will be forced to start the whole game again. Remember the call centre is not permitted to give you the courier's contact details and has no means of contacting them.
8. There will be a point in the game where you think it is all over, beware false hope and go back to point 2. of the rules - yes you have a bag, but the other one is still deep in the labyrinth and all the same rules apply.
9. Each game ends in ...
... would be a free ride on the water taxi through the canals and out to the island. Then to see the demonstration would be great. So we decided to go. We grabbed a quick breakfast in the tiny little breakfast room, packed our belongings to stay checked with the hotel for the day, and asked them to call.
Our water taxi was there within minutes. We boarded the boat and reveled in the sunshine. We could stand in the back of the boat somewhat protected from ...
... with a spin class, then a port lecture, lunch and then wine tasting. The lecturer on this ship seems very knowledgeable unlike our last trip over when the lecturer had definitely reached his best before date. It was our first formal night and we certainly looked different from our typical cycling look. We shipped a carry on size bag from Vancouver (thanks Patti) and Bob rented a tux for cruise. It is great to have a new selection of clothes to ...
... minutes late and run down the stairs at full speed with two overly stuffed backpacks and two shopping bags each. Bus was still there. They had just turned on the engine to leave.
We got SO LUCKY.
And... the bus is fully empty. Just Dan and I... and the bus driver! Back row up for grabs just for us! Nap time engaged!
So here we are... on the bus on our way to Rome! Our last stop! Yay!
Love you Venice.. we will see you again!
VENICE Why visit Venice? Dirty, smelly, ridiculously expensive, most things need maintenance and the locals are mostly indifferent (if not rude). The answer is; visit Venice because if you scrape off the top layer of grime you find a hidden jewel with a fascinating history. Not to mention the art, the music, the characters and the small winding streets ...