Residenza AL Doge Beato
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We wandered down many alleys with one goal in mind: Valli’s Pizza. We finally found it and had a slice each…it wasn’t as good as last time, but it was still amazing.
We spent the remainder of the afternoon, walking around, drinking café latte and espresso, taking beautiful pictures and soaking up the atmosphere of one the truly great cities on the planet. We caught the Vaporetto back to San ...
It was a beautiful sunny but windy day- perfect for exploring Venice. Big smiles could be seen on everyone's face as we boarded the boat. The plan was a 90 minute guided walking tour and then we had the rest of the day free to get lost and discover the real Venice! Our tour guide was a free spirited historian, which seems a contradiction but she rocked her persona! She used people in our group to help enact the different periods of history in Venice. In five minutes, ...
... was the first day on the trip that I didn’t whack the **** out of my head at some point. Unfortunately, I passed the bad luck to Beth who basically slammed her head into the ceiling of our room when she climbed up onto her bed. It was her night to sleep in the top bunk and she basically stood up forgetting where she was and BAM her head hit the ceiling. She cried for a few but then was immediately asleep. ...
... lapis lazuli, and emerald. We then went up a tower and a bell rang 12 while we were up. We saw the Rialto Bridge over the Grand Canal and then a basilica with lots of paintings. Then we went for a half hour loop on a gondola and walked home.
... and rude to deal with at the end of a long day.
Our final port this week was Split, Croatia on Friday. A day doing our own thing !
Went ashore and skirted the harbour until we reached Diocletian's Palace, which is full of and surrounded by shops. Within the palace was the Cathedral of St Domnius, consisting of church, baptistry, treasury, crypt and bell tower, the latter of which afforded fabulous ...