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... for hospitality and breakfast although a fantastic location on the canal and a very nice room. There is no internet here even though it was meant to be included which is more then frustrating as more and more days are going by without blog updates. I already know that our two weeks is becoming a bit of a blur and looking back and reading what we did and looking at the photos will be fun once we get home! Obviously everyone else thought internet ...
Given the distance, Robert had found cheaply priced flights from Venice to Santorini via Athens that would get us to Santorini with a short layover. Beautiful scenery on the flight from Athens on to Santorini.
Other than having to go through security each flight, everything was fine. The flight from Athens to Santorini was a little more crowded but was only 45 minutes in duration. Landed and luggage arrived on time and we were ready for a new adventure!
... restaurant several blocks away by foot to get something decent. We had snacks back in our room to tide us over until breakfast this morning. I also told him that my day job is working in the food service industry, and I know cheap quality food when I see it, and that was not a three star hotel quality meal, but more like a frozen dinner that had been microwaved and plated. He assured us that tonight's meal (should we ever arrive in Venice) will be a very traditional ...
... including works by Titian.
Towards the end of the tour we crossed the Bridge of Sighs. The bridge passes over the Rio di Palazzo and connects the Doge’s Palace prison to the inquisition rooms. It is said that the bridges name was inspired two things – the sighs of condemned prisoners as they cross it to jail or execution, and the sighs of eternal love made by people kissing under the bridge at sunset while in a gondola.
After the palace, it was time for ...
... caught a ferry to the town as Venice is of course built around water - the ferry was quite rocky and took about 20 minutes. It was cold, wet and windy but through the squinty eyes I was pulling to protect my eyes from the burning wind - I saw the Colours of Venice emerging. The views were nonetheless beautiful. The small streets and large structures were amazing.
As we hopped off the ferry, to our surprise - the water was up to our shins!!! The main square, the ...