Ca Pasquali Village
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... windmills of Mykonos. Stopped beachside near little Venice for a late morning cappuccino
overlooking the island of Delos and enjoyed the ambiance so much we stayed for lunch and Greek wine. Another look at the old port before we headed back to our ship ended a fabulous day.
Our final port was Thursday and we arrived at Katakolo (Katakolon), a very pretty fishing village. We opted today to walk through the town to the local train and travelled some ...
... Roisin and I started cruising we have been in a variety of cabin types & locations - forward facing cabin, an inside cabin, an outside - we shall now reside for the first time in an aft facing balcony cabin. That’s similar to a forward facing balcony but instead of looking out and seeing where we’re going, we now look out and see where we’ve been!!!
We had to wait a little longer before gaining access to the cabin as everyone was ...
... to another show, "Listen to the Music" which concluded in time for us to leave our dock and commence sailing out of Venice. This was very spectacular with all of the lights of the city being reflected into the waterways of the Canale Grande and Canale di San Marco.
We set sail to be cruising for all of Wednesday night, throughout the whole of Thursday, as well as that night, in order to sail into Dubrovnik in Croatia around 8am on Friday ...
... for its lace making by hand. We watched a demonstration of this in a small shop, by a woman who described the intricate stitching required to make the delicate articles. There was time for a quick coffee and a walk around the shops before boarding the motor launch for the journey back to the ship.
Our cruise came to an end on the morning of Thursday 19th June, when we were taken by water taxi and foot to our hotel. As our ...
... building was lavish in its statues, art, and rooms lined with dark wood. Art was commissioned to portray the power of Venice, the role of the Church and was influenced by Greek mythology. Paintings and statues included Neptune (God of the Sea) and Mars (God of War) to portray Venice's strength in battles at sea and on land.
The palace is home to the world's largest oil painting, (Paradise - by Tintoretto) which was an impressive 9 meters by 23 meters wide! ...