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... where fishermen are always mending nets or repairing their boats.
On Burano, one encounters a way of life that is rapidly disappearing. Women sometimes sit in their doorways working on a piece of lace. Burano lace is extremely delicate and time-consuming to create. A small piece may take several weeks to complete, making it highly prized. ...
... I indicated that he was on the phone so I would wait. He said “Madam. I am very busy. If I don’t do three things at once I get nothing done. What is it?”. His first mistake was “Madam”. The rest went downhill from there. Breathe in Breathe out!
We checked out of our hotel and handed over our 8 Euro (Cash only please) for the privilege of staying in a Venitian Hotel and were grateful we were paying for ...
... pork & potatoes with au jus. Dessert was a super moist lemon cake which was called Grandmother's Tart. They even included coffee for those who wanted some. This meal was superb and more in keeping with the quality of meals I expect to get on this tour. Calvin did come over to check and see that everything was ok with my meal, which I appreciated. We had a wonderful evening sharing our table with Jenny, Roseanne, Penny, Eileen and her grandson Ethan. Jenny bought a bottle ...
... back to the ship however it took over an hour and half.
We were supposed to spend our evening looking at St. Mark’s in a private afterhours tour but due to our transport delays, we missed our tour group by a couple of minutes. In a positive turn, we were able to get onto the Gondola ride and Serenade tour.
From the ship we caught a private boat back towards St. Mark Square. On the horizon we could see lightning and hear thunder, we should have seen this as an ...
... Sarcophagus which was unreal to see. Something that I look forward to when I get the chance to go to Egypt.
Then we walked through the tight streets of Venice and saw the different pastel coloured buildings and the amount of bridges they had! There was plenty of mini canals as well and we all know that I love water, lakes and the ocean so I was having a ball despite the rain.
Had lunch at a small cornered cafe with Trent and a few of the other girls and it was time ...