Settimo Cielo B&B
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... the top of their lungs or dancing on tables. It was hilarious, and I couldn't help but think that this kind of place would do so well in Boksburg or Benoni. lol
On the Sunday, the weather was amazing, so Cristina's folks decided to take their boat out and show me Venice from the water. (Yes, their house has a boat garage straight into the channels) !!
It was an incredible and chilled day. Felt really privileged to have been able ...
... of Venetian people on both sides however, she also has a fairly strong Scottish accent which was a tad confusing. Induldge me as I tell you her back story as I thought it charming. Viviana in her late teens had gone to study English in Scotland and ended up living with a family who had student boarders. While she was there she got quite close to her host family and met many of their extended family and friends. It was here that she first met ...
... the lagoon.
When we got back to the ship, we headed straight to the buffet for a late dinner before heading to bed to recover for another half day in Venice tomorrow.
The profession gondoliers of Venice are members of an exclusive guild. A rigorous exam must be taken. It includes Venetian history, foreign language skills and practical oaring manoeuvres. It is mainly a male profession, with the first female gondolier only being certified in August ...
... good with their masks! And we had free wine, again! I'm really growing on the red wine. We had an antipasti entree with cheese and cold meats which was delicious! Then we had some tomato and cheese bread thing which was followed by an array of seafood. Then just as we were getting full we had FOUR types of pasta brought out to each table! Carbonara, Bologna, Pesto and Gnocchi! It was like we had our 9 meals! Followed by ice cream for dessert. It was one of the biggest feasts!! So so ...
... and a bar. We rang the door buzzer of our host Jakobo, who came down and informed us that we would not be able to stay at his apartment as planned, because of some problem with plumbing or gas. So he would put us up in an apartment belonging to a friend of his (who was out of town). We would have the apartment to ourselves. This sounded OK to us, and we really had no other options, so we followed him to this other apartment.
Jakobo led us through a ...