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We left Venice last Saturday afternoon on the MSC Lirica. It is a very European ship and a bit of a challenge to find the English speaking passengers. There are also an amazing lot of children, teenagers and young adults on board. We bought it on a special Travel Expo deal of an upgrade from an inside cabin to an ocean view. We were very disappointed to find that our ocean view was totally blocked by a lifeboat. ...
... tourists into the cafes. Things are even more frustrating as the group has only 1 umbrella to be shared with the 3 Burkards while Tucka has to march around relying only on his raincoat. To escape the rain for a moment they jump inside the first cafe that appears to have space and it is quite the mistake, the prices for some coffee and a beer are about 5 times what they should be and the servers remarkably impolite. ...
... It is such a beautiful and unique place. The old buildings with their various colors and shapes and flower boxes and ornate doors and windows. We were taking picture after picture knowing we couldn’t capture what we saw.
The public boats get quite crowded, especially in the morning when everyone is heading to San Marco to tour St. Mark’s Basilica. But again, we didn’t care. We stood outside because inside where it was warmer ...
... which had an inscription, in memory of departed James...Somebody or other, well we sat only until our bottoms were too cold to tolerate the marble any longer!
We did a reconnaissance, me referring to my little red book where I had made notes of strategic localities Barry referred to....Torrefazione Marchi Caffe where he and Gastone enjoyed a daily coffee, Strada Nova where a restaurant called Casa Mia sits just around the corner serving as their specialty the ...
... for our first and only visit to the Sestiere of Castello as I wanted to see the Statue of Colleoni a mercenary captain for the Venetians. Not sure why but I have read about a number of times and it was away from the crowds so seemed like a place to go before the concert.
The concert was a piece by Mozart and Vivaldi's Four Seasons done by a small 5 string orchestra in a building next to the Doge's Palace. Part of the building is the ...