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... to await ‘Light Blue 02’ to be called to disembark. At 09:20 we got the ‘nod’ and headed with the rest of the ‘Light Blue 02’ passengers and the odd ‘Light Blue 01’ straggler.
One last look around and a final ‘beep’ as our cruise cards were swiped for the last time indicating that the Hodgson’s had left the building (or in this case, the Ship!)
As we approached the arrivals hall, a ...
... the sea and salt water eat away at the foundations of the buildings. Do they have to tighten them up once in a while? Venice has suffered from moral disintegration at times too. A little history lesson told us that in the 18th century, the population was subjugated by a city-wide addiction to gambling that brought ruin to many families, even among clergy. Some streets are named after playing cards!
Venezia is about travel by ...
... is a sleek, black, simplified version with clean lines. However, (and you may need to sit for this) at 6,200€ for the small version, this for me will have to be a work in progress. One day.... Now, it was back up towards my hotel, because my next stop was Cannaregio, by far my favourite area of Venice. From the Stada Nova, I crossed over Campo Santa Fosca. It is in this square where one of my favourite artisans Roberto Comin has his ...
... river.. Because of the minerals in the water, although perfectly clear, it appears a peppermint green.
On entering Italy we hit roadworks again so had to follow deviation signs just to get on to the motorway. Again our lady did not want us to go where we wanted to go but, after playing with the controls, I found that, somehow, I had changed them so it would not take us anywhere near motorways. That rectified, the lady & I are ...
... east to Venice.
The first thing to know about Italy is that they have some wonderful motorways to drive on. The second thing to realise is that the charge you for the privilege of using them. Turin to Venice cost us about €30, but it was a quick, incident free trip, so one can’t complain (not too much, anyway).
Staying in Venice if you are camping means you stay on the mainland. Venice has not given up any of its scarce space to ...