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Southern Austria to Northern Italy! Last night celebrating the Octoberfest with the locals Marky and I drank beer and ate sausage. Half way through cleaning his plate, Marko realized the locals were peeling the skin off their white sausages !!! Oh well.! We danced with the locals until we couldn't stand up! We woke up to a beautiful morning in …
... the word comes from the word fondazione that refers to the foundations of the buildings that are located exactly along the bank of a small canal.
Ghebbo – a small and not deep canal that is unsuitable for navigation and is usually used to regulate the tides.
Piscina – a small basin of water that was later filled up with earth making up a campo or piazza.
Ponte – ...
... grabbed our bags and put them on the train by our seats, people were banked up behind us wanting them to get out of the way, calm was restored but then there was a mix up with our reserved seats ( I had booked a day too early, so fed up with myself but in defence I had made the booking when I was just home from hospital and not quite on my game – note to self - slack!!!). Anyway train porter said not to worry ...
... new destination....... Afterwards we saw that the line to San Marcos basilica was hundreds of metres long so we headed off walking the streets. Our goal was to have lunch by the water. We had seen it as we travelled by by ferry and it looked like a nice thing to do. We finally found a place and sat down. Food was nothing special but sitting right next to the waterway was very special. We were right near the Rialto bridge and we made our way around wondering at ...
... Chicago the large Airbus 330 parked on the tarmac where we were bussed to a warehouse to show our passport. Very little signage or instruction, we just followed the herd of travelers and ended up in a dull large room with multiple security doors going into the next unknown room. A few odd things crossed our minds at this point when thinking of the history that had taken place in this part of the world.