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... closed and so its onwards down the other side of the pass and Venice.
This side of the pass consists of no less than about 27 hairpin bends and is just great for bikes on sunny days such as this.
Once at the lower side of the pass I stopped and entered "Venice" into my satnav. There are still many other passes I could go and explore here in this area but looking over the mountains a massive storm was brewing and as heavy snow was forecast I thought I better get out ...
... bell tower, the latter of which afforded fabulous views of the city. Further up the harbour we found a small boat trip that took us up to the new town and then back around the peninsula to the other side of the city. On our way we passed Tito's Villa which was recently used for filming “Game of Thrones” and a very remote monastery built into the side of the mountain.
We've very much enjoyed our first week of this cruise and are looking forward to week 2 !
... be more room for cars!) so we packed up the last of our things and then even though we were both thinking it, did not discuss the stress of what lay ahead of getting ourselves out of Florence in one piece. Once we loaded up the car we could not move as a large tourist group had formed behind our car to discuss the history of our hotel. Funnily enough, people were even leaning on the car and using it to hold their things etc. We just sat ...
... by with a cart and tosses the bags in. The cart reminded me of the large gray carts that custodians use in schools - the ones affectionately referred to as "the whale."
It was the behind the scenes activities that had us curious. There has to be a complete underworld that keeps it all running smoothly like a well orchestrated play. Venice does this well.
Our final activity in Venice: one last cup of cappuccino at Caffe del Doge!
... a run down, damp, contorted mess like Venice. Our AirBnB host wasn't there, but some teenage boy & his father was. They didn't have the WiFi password and I wanted a nap. Not a happy day. Over the next day or so Venice sort of grew on me. Not like Florence did "POW", but it's kind of nice. I'm still worried half of it will fall over if I sneeze, and there isn't a straight line in sight, whether that's a wall, street, canal or whatever. That messes with my head ...