Ca Pasquali Village
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... hands that acted like a lubricant.!
Our Gondolier (who must see this **** like every day) said congratulations and even stayed in the gondola to pose with us for the photo reenactment.
I bet none of you guys realized what a sweet heart I can be. Well it doesn’t stop there because after we got onto sturdy shores we tried to find somewhere to sit down but there was no where. Shock and disbelief still on Brionys face and more than one or two ...
... overlook the water it is an extra €5 cover charge to enjoy the view. WTF? Do people really pay this? I guess they do as everywhere was doing a roaring trade. Jac had visited Venice about 13 years ago on her Contiki tour. That visit was on September 11- what is now an infamous day in history. She often tells the tale of a local stallholder telling them "America, boom" after their Gondola ride through Venice's canals. Back then there was no instant news feeds on ...
... there, the darker it gets, so we take off to shoot some night scenes. The tide is coming up lapping at the small wall of the jettys and the boulevard , we walk to the square and get some nice shots of San Marco Square , the water , pretty sights.
Home again and sad because we leave Venice and Italy tomorrow. We have even forgotten we went to Rome and Bologna and Montiferiolle , such was the business of Venice and her Canals.
Such an amazing place.
... near Rimini and went to check out the beach. Murphy's law but now it was overcast and down to the low 20s so not much good for swimming. This stretch of coast is apparently Europe's biggest seaside resort, going for 30km. It was all pretty quiet until we got to one road parallel to the beach where everyone was shopping and in restaurants. Natalie found 10 euros which she split with Ben and he promptly went off to a one euro shop and bought some hair gel. ...
... then decide which furnace to visit based on whether we liked what we saw on display. After seeing so much of the same thing (but also a Venini shop full of the brand's expensive glassware) we found a large store featuring ornate blown glass chandeliers. When the salesman offered to show us the furnace we agreed and watched the demonstration with a group of about 20 other English-speaking tourists. We saw the original sand and heard about how it is heated to 1400 degrees ...