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... who insisted on talking in a loud manner as a means of communication. The language I recognised as German so we either had the Dusseldorf school for the hard of hearing in the next cabin or, as I suspected, a couple of young German’s who were excited at the prospect that the next few days had in store. One of the ladies we learned was called Heidi. I hope she introduces herself to me even if it is only so I can say ‘Heidi, Hi!!!’
... name, but it was amazing. The walls were covered in huge paintings and some of the ceilings also. Very ornate!
We decided to stop for our afternoon snack at a little restaurant, Osteria ai Carmini which had an interesting array of dishes displayed on its outside wall. We shared a Fritte ai Carmini which was seafood and vegetable straws cooked in a very light tempura batter. Yummy, but the interesting thing was that there were herb leaves tempureed ...
... that, considering those crazy Australians and all.” Despite all our contingency plans, however, in the end we just hiked incident free for an hour and a half one way, then an hour and a half the other direction the next day. Not exactly the makings of a Jason Statham short film, or even Ellen DeGeneres’ online dating profile, but photogenic nonetheless.
Anyway, the point is…we broke all the damned rules! Then we did some laundry, you know, because ...
... all of the ceiling of this church in the shape of a Greek Cross. Suffice it to say, it is an amazing church. They did not allow pictures inside, but I guiltily snuck a few from the balcony when they turned the lights on for the mosaics at 11:30AM. There is no easy way to describe how the whole ceiling glows. We also spent some time taking photographs ...
Up at 5.30am. Finish packing and drop the rubbish in the street (they have a system where you bag up paper, cans, bottles, plastic and organic waste separately and leave in a designated area between 6am and 8am 6 days per week. Drag the bags (and the kids) from the apartment to catch the 52 (faster trip only 4 stops) over 2 bridges along canal san marco) to the stop for a 20 minute ride to Ferrovia (the train station). Pick up ...