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... around but as it grew more densely populated these were banned and the bridges designed with steps to make it difficult for horses. Now people are allowed to use scooters but no bicycles are allowed in the city as they are considered too dangerous if someone rides around a corner into a narrow street full of people. Apparently there are so many churches in Venice because there are 118 islands that each had its ...
... suspect those that stay there can afford the extremely expensive taxi boat to the front door.
It was so strange to see kids playing ball in the brick and cobblestone squares, I cannot imagine people actually living in Venice. We were told approximately 30 000 people live on the island within all of the canals.
We returned to the hotel, rallied the kids and set out to find a dock for ...
... the buildings were run down, and the streets were dirty. Once we crossed the bridge into the heart of Venice, however, my impression was completely changed. Venice is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen. Walking over the bridge, I was instantly confronted by the spectacular view of the Grand Canal, the main waterway that runs through Venice. The streets are narrow, but there are no cars, and they are lined with restaurants, artisan ...
... with creme brûlée, just to keep up the calcium intake! Our dinner companions have a fourth course as well - an appetiser - between entree and main meal... There is also the poolside Terrace Grill (we're avoiding that) which serves 6 different burgers with chips, and pizza by the fat slice. You can also order food service to your cabin 24 hours, from cooked breakfasts to burgers, salmon steaks to steak sandwiches, pasta to prawns, cheeses and ...
... over my shoulder. I just need to make peace with him and the Italians and my future might still be secure. What a wonderful human being and husband he is!!
Signora has returned "con un salto nella la sua fase" and in raptures over The Bridge of Sighs, The Basilica and her visit to the souvenir shops - ah well, each to their own!!!
Fino alla prossima volta,
Bruno (Il cane, il migliore amico dell'uomo).