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We arrived in Venice on a perfect afternoon in time to watch the sunset. Venice is a very unique and over whelmingly beautiful city. It really was amazing to admire all the nice old and interesting buildings right up against the waters edge and watch the gondalas and other boats move through the narrow canals. Those guys can really drive!!!!
Venice was crazy busy with ...
... getting around with them on in the square. Joelene tried talking me into getting on for myself for the next one but it just wasn't me. We got out bearings on the city this afternoon and after we have disembarked off the boat tomorrow we are going to try and get our way to the hotel we are staying at, drop our luggage and do a bit of a walking tour around the city. God knows we need to get some exercise into us, the food on this cruise has been fantastic but all of that weight I lost ...
heading for the back streets of Piazza San Marco. We whiled away a
number of hours looking shops and sitting outside pavement cafés.
We found one particularly tranquil backwater and a free table and sat
there in the sun just enjoying to atmosphere, peace and the local
We had a good stroll
along the waterfront of the St Mark's Basin and back to the square
... returned from his annual holidays.
Never one to be fazed by an intense moment, even while being beaten with one of Video Girl's Golden Delicious apples, Javier replied, "I think you have lost weight while I have been away Señora Video, looking gooooood." "That's good to hear Javier as Señor Battery and I are going out for a seafood and pasta degustation meal tonight.", she replied.
Video Girl and Battery Boy were ravenous as they had ...
Continuing our travels we departed Cephalonia and arrived next morning on the famous island of Corfu. It was Easter Sunday and the town was alive with locals as well as cruise ship passengers. A cold morning to begin with, but the locals were keeping warm with countless cups of coffee at the street cafés. Soon the procession began. First came a brass band similar to the one we saw previously, followed by a second band in different colours. Next came the Greek ...