Camping Vigna sul Mar
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Travel Blogs from Lido di Pomposa
... parties. We had breakfast with three young dancers who were competing in the National Championships. I'm unsure that the sweet cakes they consumed will make them light of foot!
We then had Skype sessions with Steph and Matt and also Jess. With those duties completed, we bounced up to the second floor - no lift to pack, shower and take the gear down from the second floor. Old mate was there ready to accept payment for the ...
We left the ship early and went to see the fish market at Chioggia and then a visit to the Clock Tower at the church. What we thought would be a quick trek up the stairs to the top for a few pictures turned into a fascinating hour with the priest who explained some of the local history. We were also shown (and touched!) 14th century documents found in the walls of the tower ...
Today we had a lazy morning hanging out in the grounds of the BNB. We had a swim, the kids had a spa and Nick and I caught up on some reading. Oh and it was my birthday! I got coffee and toast in bed! And some gorgeous home made cards from the kids. After a slow start we took some rickety old bikes into town. It was really fun, kids on the back - only Ruby scored a helmet - she was very proud of this! The town is quite beautiful ...
... strange little show. There were a few rides and popcorn etc. Ziggy had a melt down trying to decide which 1 thing to go on....... We decided to have a slow day the next day - wondering if Ziggy is just too overloaded. He is constantly asking questions and non stop talking and taking things in. Trying to learn new words, new countries and all the sights we are dragging him too. Lots of walking, late ...
... vending machines.
Ravenna was rainy, and a little cold. But it was beautiful. This visit was primarily for a library tour. We went to the Istituzione Biblioteca Classense. There, we saw beautiful artwork, which we would come to learn is a real norm in Italy. Every building contains stunning works of art. We also were provided a bilingual presentation of rare books, ...