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... Museum of Modern Art which we had run out of time to see last year. This art gallery is a real treat with all of the well known names of the 20th century represented. From the gallery we started our long walk back to port using up quite a few pixels on the way. It was quite a walk and the white wine we had left over from yesterday, which we imported in a water bottle, went down really well.
Day 2 was a sea day and we managed to keep very busy. ...
... the windows open (hate air-conditioning, love fresh air). Nevertheless, a wonderful experience.
Stefano, a very skinny porter, came for our luggage. For 20 Euro he pushed all our four suitcases on a trolley, up and over a bridge with lots of steps, to the "people mover" train (about 1 kilometre in total). No wonder he was so skinny.
Caught the train to the dock and "WOW", our ship looked amazing. We were ...
... sat by a fountain. Cheap and cheerful and delicious pasta. We had a gelato then. Best ice-cream ever! We made our way to St Marks Square. We took in the atmosphere and watched the world go by. It's expensive to have a coffee or a drink there so we said we'd wait until we were back on the normal priced streets. After that we went on a gondola ride. Around 80euros a half hour but a one ...
... the next train as this second one was delayed by half an hour. The station was incredibly crowded and everyone seemed really pushy. But there was a certain satisfaction in carrying a large metal object (a dismantled bike) inside my bag, as anyone shoving their way past too hard (and there were a few) will get a good bruising! When we got to the info screens we saw that there was no platform allocated to the train. All it said was there were train cancellations ...
... talked to them until we had to leave for our train.
We were all separated on the train, but each came back with awesome stories. I sat with 2 girls in their 20s and their dad from Vancouver. My dad sat with people from England (and now wants to go there) and my mom sat with a us airways flight attendant and her husband from North Carolina. The 2 hour and 20 minute train ride flew by.
We arrived late afternoon in Venice. I can’t even begin to ...