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RULES OF THE GAME
1. DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT step on to your plane if you can see your two bags on the tarmac next to the plane with a group of french baggage handlers gesticulating wildly around them. The Captain of the plane will tell you that it is fine and they are about to load them. This is a decoy and he is NOT to be believed.
2. From this point you ...
... from the vaporetta dock.
There must have been hundreds of bicycles in all sizes, colors and condition all individually chained or locked to a long bicycle rack. Some looked spiffy and new, while others had flat tires and rusted chains, suggesting they hadn't been ridden in a season or two.
But of course, my favorite bikes of all were the red bikes. Even Wally Worm wanted to ride on a red bike.
... pretty modern. The city would be best visited in better
weather but we donned raincoats and opened umbrellas and ventured out
into the pouring rain. The centre is spacious with a good assortment
of shops, a lot of them featuring beer festival items as Oktoberfest
has just started. Lots of cukoo clocks and stein mugs. We werent
that sorry to get back on board the coach with wet shoes and
home for ...
... canal. Gondolas
glide right past your window--no doubt you are in Venice.
We did a day trip in a minivan up into the Dolomite Mountains (check out Viator.com). No humidity up here. No wonder wealthy Venitians have a holiday home here. Incredible scenery.
Another day trip took us ...
... So we made our way to the holiday inn which was nearby and asked reception to call us a cab and we would go to maccas. Long story short - the cab cost us €50 and maccas was €25. When we got back to the resort, Luke, Jo and Paige were outside trying to find food. Luke saw that we had maccas in our hands & bugged us for some. So I gave him my snack wrap. Then Sam and I headed to our room, devoured our meals then eventually went to bed. What an eventful ...
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