Locanda da Scarso
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... are lethal! They don't get scared of you and if they think you have food on you they fly up on your arms! Crazy stuff. After bargaining with many different gondola rider people we realized the standard price was 80 euro (maaaan!) and Erin and I shared the cost for Hannah's birthday! The gondola was very relaxing and obviously a must do, especially seeing where casino royale (and 'the Tourist'- who cares about that movie though) ...
... Lucia station was only slightly later than the schedule, and we disembarked and walked out to a wonderful view of the Grand Canal just a little after 9.30am. Our landlord for our time here had sent us clear instructions on how to find the apartment, and when we arrived at the door he was here to meet us. Sebastiano showed us the apartment, marked some of his favourite restaurants and other places on a map, and answered my questions about Venice, then left us to settle in.
... St Mark’s Square, boats
rushing everywhere, we were treated to a sight that will stick in my memory
forever. We did have to struggle onto the Vaporetto, the water bus, but once on
it were right in amongst the buzz and excitement of the city getting on with a
normal day on the water.
Our home for the next four days was a flat in the Castello
district, our landlady, an English opera singer, Rosemary, a combination of
... the America’s Cup, one of the most famous sailing events in the world. We found one of the most impressive private yachts that I have ever seen called Musashi, and of course an American owned it. That night we ended up walking around a little more before the rain started once again, as it has time and time again throughout our last 5 months in Europe. Luckily for us we had seen most of what we needed to see that day in Venice and we really did not have to ...
... discussed whether or not we were meant to tip the staff, when Melissa suggested perhaps we ought to consider tipping the plumber - ha ha.
Europeans love to dress up, leaving Billy to feel extremely underdressed. One night he left the room in his dress shirt (the only one he owns), jeans (the only pair he owns) and thongs. He went straight back to the room and put on his joggers, but still felt like he ought to have jiggled his cup at the ...