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... would be playing the games. We ended up sharing a table with a Canadian and American that live in London. The Canadian (from London, Ontario!) has recently started playing rugby himself. We ended up hanging out with them for the night and having a great time. The pub was full. There were other kiwis there and quite a few Argentinian supporters as well as just random people keen to watch the game.
The next day we were keen to go check out ...
... and boarded the wobbly boat for an intimate tour of the canals that snake through the city. Not the most romantic tour as we shared with another family and our Gondolier was puffing away on his cigarette! We rounded out the day by watching a master glass blower create the very popular and expensive Murano glass. Before we left Venice, we escaped the gang (okay, just walking faster) and grabbed a slice of Venetian pizza at ...
... a deep cord - with Italians in general being passionate about both romantic love and family. It is not known exactly what parts of the story are true or fabricated but anyway....it's a great tale :) I had forgotten how much so.
We really enjoyed walking around Verona, I had been there before but it seemed nicer than I remembered. Beautiful old old buildings....so much history! Although seems ridiculous that hundreds of tourists flock to see ...
... for theatrical studies and has a collection of theatrical memorabilia. The courtyard has a 15th century open stairway and a wellhead. Up the stairs only two rooms were open to the public. A few original costumes from Goldoni’s time were on display. Fortunately for us, our museum pass allowed us to visit this rather uninteresting museum without charge, so our visit was short. In our wanderings of Venice, we noticed that a ...
... in to our little wooden chalet- very nice too! Sparsely furnished with only a bed, heater and some curtains but it was very quaint and the campsite itself had everything we needed- clean shower blocks, a restaurant, a shop and a TV showing the football. After checking all this out we jumped on the bus for our 10 minute ride to central Venice where, in the theme of the holiday, we proceeded to walk around aimlessly, argued over who was going to map read, and ...