La Palazzina Veneziana
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... got to the shop we got the price down a fair bit and with tax back it would have been a good price but Ash decided that she didn't like the colour so we moved on. I guess it saves money. We went passed another shop that was called 'Fanny'. It sold lots of handbags and Ash saw a few that she liked but were a bit small. I wanted her to get one so I could call it her fanny bag but she didn't. I guess that's a good ...
... with numerous restaurants, bars, and shops. We had lunch at a restaurant with green and red colour scheme - very appropriate given the football result earlier. The village is very colourful, as the houses are all painted a different colour to represent each fishing family, and by law these houses cannot be repainted any other colour. Then it was back to the water taxi and the trip back to Venice, and on the way we passed two massive cruise ships ...
... rather low key evening. Caught up with some of the people we had met and shared a farewell drink. We were entertained by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and then to bed as we were being collected by our driver at 0700 to take us to the train station!
As I farewell the Regal Princess I will leave you with some final ship facts.
The total distance travelled from Barcelona to Venice was 2,993 nautical miles or 5,543 km.
The gross tonnage is 142,714 ton
The overall length ...
... set off for the Italian border through the Dolomite mountain range. Traffic was extremely congested on the motorway due to several accidents up ahead of us. If we had left earlier this morning, it would have made the world of difference. Our original arrival time of 3:30 in Venice, continued to get later and later. The latest estimate is now 7:00 p.m. To arrive at our hotel. There had been an evening lagoon optional cruise (which we didn't sign up for due to the cost being ...
... sailed through the lagoon and passed between St. Marks Square and the San Giorgio Church. As we were sailing past quite a few of the big name landmarks, many photos were taken. No doubt the ship will appear in many tourist photos as well.
Having gotten off the ship it was time for us to embrace public transport. We headed for the people mover that takes you from the cruise terminal to the bus terminal, and then it was time to purchase our 24 hour Vaporetto tickets.