Alla Vite Dorata
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Today we didn't have much on the todo list. We had already had a gondola ride and seen most of the sights. We left the hotel and went on a scenic walk around the city. We found our way to the shop where Ash bought a few souvenirs. She also was looking for a handbag still. We found a nice one the night earlier that she really liked. It was expensive but we decided that if we could get the right price she'd take it. ...
... score updates while we visited a glass foundry and showroom, where we saw some glass making and then it was into the showroom for the sales pitch. The whole place was very ornate, very Italian, and very expensive. Then we were off onto a water taxi to our hotel, where we had a very brief stop before heading out for our afternoon excursion to the island of Burano. This is a small island where the Venetian fishermen live, however now it is more of a ...
... you see today was completed in 1591. Amazing. Off at that stop for a Kodak moment and a stroll down the back streets. Lovely area and I look forward to returning after our trip to Austria. We even found a Disney Store!
As we sensed we were missing out on our last evening aboard the Regal Princess we headed back and lucky we did. Not long after our return Venice experienced a huge electrical and hail stone storm! I would not have wanted to be caught in that!
We we ...
... Another hour or so later and we arrived at Innsbruck. After a quick orientation we were released to tour on our own for 90 minutes. We did our usual routine of shopping, eating, and some more shopping. The main purchase here was local chocolate truffles to enjoy on the coach. We had a quick bite at McDonald's as time was too limited to enjoy a traditional meal at one of the restaurants due to the large number of tourists visiting Innsbruck at the same time. Back on board the ...
As we aren't due in Venice until 1pm, our day started with breakfast and Zumba.
Venice is located across 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges. It sits in the Venetian lagoon, which stretches along the shoreline between the Po and Piave Rivers. The city as a whole is UNESCO Heritage Listed and like Istanbul, the entry into Venice was something people had been raving about.
At noon we were out on deck watching the ship sail into the Venetian lagoon. ...