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... of canals and therefore a city of hundreds of bridges, all with lots of steps. Don't waste time and energy and money getting to another part of the city with your luggage. A water taxi costs upwards of $75 US. Vaporettos, or water buses cost $7 each trip. We read and saw YouTube vids of miserable tourists lugging too much **** up and down lots of bridges. Walking through this city is part of the charm, but only if you are ...
... s easy to get lost in Venice but quite enjoyable to do so! We were trying to take a direct route but were often met with a canal when heading down a narrow alley way.
We'd read about Venice being referred to as the 'sinking city' with the rising water levels that are happening all over the planet but we weren't prepared for what we saw when we turned a corner and headed straight into one of the town squares. Crowds of people were gathered having their photos ...
... when I booked this tour so many weeks ago. Only after returning to the ship and pulling out my NCL descriptions did I realize what we had missed seeing. We did have a nice, leisurely lunch here and then shared a gelatto afterwards so the trip wasn’t a total waste but being people who like history we were disappointed with the tour.Our last evening on the ship we spent packing and listening to Pablo in ...
... a bit), cooked a bit more and then cooled. The onions and sardines are layered in alternating layers, covered with saran wrap and left in the fridge for at least 2 days. They will keep up to 4 weeks. We made an onion marinade and now they are sitting for two days before we can eat them. All of this was accompanied with several glasses of Prosecco (at 10:30 a.m.!)
Tomorrow, risotto....stay tuned.
... a vaporetto , a long sleek 007 timber runabout, deliver you to your doorstep in two minutes with V-8 engines roaring and blasting you towards your destination. It made you feel like a movie star from the 40’s on holiday in Nice. At €75 instead of €30, you have to compare and weigh it up. Our trip from the airport to our hotel, by public transport, was two hours, thanks to the Venice Public Transport Authority. Most of the passengers appeared to ...