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... to move away. When we got back to solid land we carried on walking through the streets of Venice. We came across a shop that offered fish pedicures. Mum and Jasmin went first but then I had a try as well. You had to wash your feet, then put them in a tank of little "kissing" fish, which then nibble the dead skin from your feet. It felt like the fish were giving you electric shocks at first, but I soon got used to it. At the end I had lovely soft ...
... to Italy. The pizza was of course delicious. Our plan was to eat as much pizza as humanely possible during our stay. We did a pretty good job at achieving this.
When we set out from the pizzeria, the rain was coming down like fan girl tears at a 1 Direction concert (very hard). We attempted to sight-see but the wind was thrusting rain at us from every direction. We thus had to retreat for the evening.
Over the next few days, we continued ...
... said to be the "drawing room of Europe" by Napoleon. What a fantastic experience seeing the Bell Tower, The Basilica, Doge's Palace, Bridge of Sighs, St Mark's Square all at night, we were hastled by the flower sellers, we ended up paying for red roses we didn't get but did get our photos taken with them, we had lots of fun with our fellow travellers, especiallY Al & Ryan (2 Asian guys 35 &48) they are very well travelled ...
... smaller than off the regular menu. We went with the fettuccine mussels, the scallopine pork with fried potatoes and the salad. The deal was perfect for sharing between two, yet many around us ordered one for each person seated at their table. The food was quality and tasty and we both left feeling totally satisfied.
We only had a couple of hours left until it was time to board our train heading south and we still had to head back to our room to pick up our ...
... sailed through the lagoon and passed between St. Marks Square and the San Giorgio Church. As we were sailing past quite a few of the big name landmarks, many photos were taken. No doubt the ship will appear in many tourist photos as well.
Having gotten off the ship it was time for us to embrace public transport. We headed for the people mover that takes you from the cruise terminal to the bus terminal, and then it was time to purchase our 24 hour Vaporetto tickets.