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Awaking after a lovely nibble free slumber under the mozzie net, Beaver just had time to have a shower in the second smallest bathroom she had ever seen, before there was a knock at the door and breakfast was served. A cappuccino as that is the only time you should drink it and 2 rock solid rolls, a plate of ham and cheese and 2 freshly baked …
... that type of dumb behaviour.
Dinner was quite a late one tonight so we just went around the block to a restaurant that Lyndon had sourced earlier while I was busy drinking the unknown liquid. We choose an Italian restaurant of course! We dined alfresco along the edge of a canal, sharing our table of six with a young couple …. how romantic for them. At the end of our meal we were such lovely dining guests we even paid their meal for them. Of ...
... to one of the greatest tourist traps in the world where a glass of wine can cost as much as €14 and a cup of coffee anywhere between €6-10 We entered St Mark’s Square and headed toward the Basilica. It was only 9:45am yet the square was already a hive of activity. The queue to enter the iconic cathedral took up most of the Piazza and those wishing to cross the Square had to push their way through. Amongst the crowds of general sightseers with their iPhones, ...
... The hotel concierge told us that we should book our taxi to the airport the afternoon prior to our flight. It was mid-afternoon at this point so we made our way back to the hotel to book the taxi. Along the way we had to make a pit stop to grab some gelato for Amanda. She really does love the black cherry flavour we found the day before. It took about 30 seconds to get the taxi booked once we were back at the hotel and we decided to relax in our room for a ...
... a vaporetto to your destination. However, to do this we have to first cross the new fourth bridge to cross the Grand Canal. 'Designed' by Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, it fails to meet the obvious need of the traveller laden with a heavy suitcase. No ramps. Interesting notion, when you remember that the bridge is the only connection between the station of Santa Lucia and the bus station! Hopping on the vaporetto is always fun, but today we were just on ...