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... and the courtyard to ourselves! Better news - the receptionist lugged the case back downstairs for me! We settled into our room then went exploring. All around were typical narrow stone streets, elegant but decaying buildings towering overhead, canals filled with green water and gondolas, tiny shops filled with leather goods and leather smells, enticing eateries and bars tucked into laneways, everyday businesses hiding behind ancient facades, incognito ...
... to ward off low flying aircraft.
We crossed the wooden
Accadamia bridge and continued through the thronging streets to St
Mark's Square where we only paused briefly, now in search of the Hard
Rock Café. Located one street behind the square, we enjoyed a
Caesar Salad and emerged into the darkness into the St Mark's Square.
Neither of us were particularly impressed with it, ...
Today we decided to try our luck at shopping like the Venetians do at the Rialto market. We headed out fairly early and of course the walk there was an adventure all in itself. The Venetians have their rolling shopping bag and they go from stall to stall buying what they need.
Everything looked so beautiful. Food as art I would say. The fruits and vegetables were all arranged so catch your eye. The man behind the counter would either ...
... further then said, "I'll have "................................... all of them!" "Señora, there are at least twenty cannoli on the tray.", advised the shop attendant. Video Girl responded in what was quickly becoming her catch cry, "Too easy sister, rack 'em up." The shop attendant then yelled to the other staff members, "Shut the shop, Señora is going for the cannoli eating record."
As the excitement in the store rose Battery Boy seemed ...
... war with Serbia and Bosnia. We were told that the country is struggling economically and that there is unemployment and hardship. However, it's hard to believe this in the beautiful, well cared for Dubrovnik, where the roads put ours to shame and everything in both the new and old cities is gleaming and clean. The harbour is picture perfect, with the glistening emerald Adriatic Sea lapping gently along the foreshore. We take a bus up to the mountains above the city for ...