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... the incredible city, drink wine and eat pizza and gelato. Luckily, we had fantastic, hot weather for the rest of the stay. We managed to get lost somewhat often. As I mentioned, there is no real way to navigate Venice, you just need to give in to the complex streets and you'll arrive at your destination eventually. We visited many beautiful cathedrals and the Doge Palace. We spent time eating sandwiches on the canals and watching the gondolas go by. We had ...
... very, very, very, very carefully backtracked to the B&B. We made it! We then got all the tips of where to go from our host. The thing she told us to do was to put the map away and get lost in Venice. Which I agreed with in the other cities, but Venice? I was currently lost in Venice and was at my B&B. We had no idea where we were.
We decided the best thing for us to do was to get some sleep. Sleep had been sacrificed the past few ...
... to share some more about the ship. The vital statistics are:
- Length: 330m+
- Width: almost 40m
- Height: almost 70m (18 floors with 25 elevators)
- Capacity: 4,300+ passengers in over 1,600 cabins
There are at least 22 places to get food or drinks (ranging from 5-star restaurants to pool and lounge bars), a library, fully-equipped gym, casino, 1,200 seat theatre, 15 pools and ...
... been destroyed in a storm and hasn’t yet been rebuilt so the new track was over hills that were at least a few hundred metres up each. Not only was this difficult as it was but the weather was the hottest we’d had on the whole trip so far at 33 degrees. Despite the stunning views of the old towns filled with different coloured houses, we couldn’t make all the villages due to the fact we ...
Early rise this morning starting our day at 3:00am. Cabbi arrived dot on time at 4:15am. We arrived at Heathrow, checked our baggage in, had a nice breakfast and off we went. Two hours later we landed in Venice! We bought tickets for the Vapretto (which is the public transport for Venice because of course there are no cars) and before we knew it we were cruising down the Grand Canal.
My initial impression of Venice is that it looks old, it was water ...