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... that I may get a horrible virus from the fountain but I am confident after seeing local venetians drink from the fountain only moments earlier that I will be fine. I am surprised sometime but my husbands "tough survivalist" mentality when it stands in stark contrast to his “hyper-vigilant hypochondriac” concerns.
We eat a small meal (I have a very minimal insalata mista Daniel has marinara pasta) before ...
... soo good Off then to a night excursion - Venice by night (see pictures). Took a water taxi around the canals, passing all the famous spectacles including where George (Clooney) & Amal got married (town hall) and where they had their wedding reception. We only missed them by two days!! Hoped off the taxi at St Marks Square and had a night cap at one of the cafes, where we were treated to a serenade by a quartet. Vincent our tour director ...
... to was Burano. Burano was meant to be famous for it's lace. It also has some really brightly painted houses as well. They said it was possibly done by the wives so that their drunk husbands could find the right house in the way back from the pub. I ended up buying my wedding garter on the island. The next day we flew back into Luton Airport London and had a quick night stop over before flying up to Scotland to start our motorhome adventure! But that's another story! Stay tuned for ...
... be on my
When I finally found the Swiss transfer desk they sorted out my boarding passes
and asked for my luggage ticket – I could only show them my sticker from the
initial flight so I felt even more worried I would not be seeing my bag in the
Milan airport! When I asked if I had time to make my flight the attendant said
I still had nearly 2 hours!! What a relief – I was sweating and red hot by this
stage so thought ...
... in the shop!
we finally found some beautiful pastries and I've been indulging in a croissant for morning tea. The coffee is beautiful, but we are getting a little tired of pasta and pizza! A nice plate of veggies should be on the menu in Germany.
And speaking of Germany, that's where we are headed tomorrow. Still going to be 33degrees and stormy. Yay!! That's sarcastic by the way....