Ca Pasquali Village
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... and St. Mark.
Quite surprisingly to us, from the time that we entered the Basilica to the time that we left - about 1.5 hours, a small amount of water had gathered at the entrance to the church. This was the first sign of the flooding which begins to occur in the later part of every year in Venice. Enough water had gathered that the caretakers had placed a small, wide ramp at the exit of the church so that people did not get their feet ...
... half hour layover in Innsbruck, and John was thrilled to discover that some of the grounds from the Innsbruck Winter Olympics were visible from the train platform....the ski jumps were the highlight for him. I haven't looked at the pictures he took when he walked to the end of the platform, but I know they will be fun to see.
When we boarded the train to Venice, I was disappointed to discover that we didn't have window seats and that we were in a compartment for four. The ...
... clear to us she did not approve of such large ships coming to Venice. With much hand waving and the odd word - "disaster" "sinking" & "money", we did not dare tell her that this boat was the reason we were in Venice!!! Arriving at St Marks Square, we managed to lug our bags off the water bus and Peter found the street our hotel was on, easily. When he opened the door to our hotel, we were met with a huge flight of stairs to get to the lobby! Peter decided ...
... a shorter dress, which is just plastered to me and I'm trying to keep it from riding up and becoming a shirt. "This is so inappropriate!!" was something I yelled several times as waiters stood in doorways to assess the situation - and I was praying there wasn't too much to assess but I couldn't see anything because of all the rain hitting my face so I just kept pulling down the hem and running. And laughing. Because omg the rain! Picture a really good shower ...
... arrives in Wynnum, and in what condition.
In between shopping, we stopped for lunch, at a proper back street Italian restaurant. I had tagliatelle with crab meat, Terry had a giant weiner schnitzel, all washed down with rose. Yummy!
We caught the very crowded vaporetto back. It broke down not far from our stop, and we were towed ashore, which was pretty exciting. On the walk home we stopped at a fruit stall for ...