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... occasion - what a blessing! Someone even knew where it was! I parked Nanna there (a little stressed by now, as some of you can imagine), while I scampered up and down every nearby lane and alleyway like a rat in a maze. Success at last, but oh dear, the steep stairs! I retrieved Nanna and perched her on a chair in the lovely courtyard below while I lugged the large case up 2 steep flights to reception (as good as weights, guys!). Good news - a room on the ...
... be held back, we headed into Venice
to make the most of our time there. Twenty minutes on the bus saw us
into Plaza Roma where we began a walk along and across many canals to
the Accadamia area giving us a view of St Mark's Square across the
Grand Canal and other adjacent islands. A super yacht moored next to
a prominent church, towered above it, so tall that the masthead was
fitted with ...
... others but all are interesting. There are also shops where people could paint their own masks. Now getting them home, another story.
There is always another interesting building, its doors and windows, and of course the canals running here and there and the boats moving around,
... and green olive. At the 'Marchine Time' the Veneziano Spritz were served with complimentary savoury cheese pastries.
But the Veneziano Spritz was not enough for Video Girl, as she pawed her way along the long glass cake cabinet, eventually stopping and hovering over a large tray she exclaimed, "Cannoli!"
"Would Seņora like a vanilla or chocolate cannolo?", asked the shop attendant. Still hovering over the large tray Video Girl examined ...
... check the umbrella you buy before paying, but better still don't purchase from the pharmacy at the shopping mall who charged €13 for a very basic umbrella, when we could have bought a better model from the nice lady in the street for €7, we later discovered. April 22 and we awaken to a mist enshrouded arrival at Dubrovnik harbour, the first of three cities we will visit in this country. Croatia has a history of troubled times and is still recovering from ...