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... gee, Italy's economy is doing it tough at the moment and it has been five years! We didn't begrudge the €120 for forty five minutes cruising the canals of Venice. Our gondolier gave us a history lesson as we past each significant building. Marco Polo was born in Venice and I know the exact house, it's still there. Casanova lived for eight years in Venice. The building bears his initials.
This is morning we attended Eucharist at St. George's. It is ...
... to see my passport and then pay an entrance fee of 10 euro. No way am I paying them to have the privilege to taking my money, just seems wrong.
Coming into Venice, I recall many movies where there was the big boat chase around the canals. I am hoping to see one of these, but Wendy tells me you cannot believe everything in movies, bugger.
first meal in Italy was bruschetta and lasagna. Just had to do it.pasta tomorrow, and pizza the next night.
... life boat drill...Dan was especially calm, cool and collected.
The Looking Glass was our appointed meeting place for cocktails before dinner. Unfortunately it was raining as we departed Venice so our plans to meet on deck for the sail away 'were all wet'. Despite the rain, it was beautiful leaving Venice at sunset and we all enjoyed our dinner in Acqualina and looked forward to visiting Korcula, Croatia the following afternoon.
... square so we headed there. We did some window shopping and eventually found one of the restaurants that our apartment contact recommended as authentic Venetian food. We also found her favorite gelato shop nearby (called Alaska). We went from there back to the Rialto bridge and noticed some flooding from the canal into the walkways and into some buildings and restaurants. We walked back to San Marco to sit on the lion and got an unexpected ...
... dinner plans which started at 7 and we realized all of a sudden it was 6pm! We needed to rush back to our hotel and get ready for dinner. However, we realized that we did not know where we were. This was the one time in Venice that we got lost. And boy did we get lost. I think it was because we were rushing so much that we weren't really paying attention and we were on a bit if a retail therapy high. What should have been a 15min walk promptly became an hour of crossing the ...