Guest House Piccolo Vecellio
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... water, we ducked into a shady cafe to cool off with an early spritz. Much more civilised.
Seranading gondoliers, with the occupants of the gondola happily taking pictures of us taking pictures of them!
Dinner by the main waterway where a cool breeze was appreciated, then off to a performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons at Chiesa S. Vidal. A wonderful evening.
... activity in which I did partake, was a vineyard tour to the north of the city, a brief foray into the Italian countryside! I don't know much about wine, less so Italian varieties, but I know what I like, and I liked theirs...enough said! Anyway, five days living the good life in Italy has accounted for much of the weight I left behind in Sierra Leone...off to Germany next, where I am sure that, given the predilection for sausages and beer, my BMI will continue its upward ...
... br> The new TE and some leaders were invited to perform and we had lots of fun watching them... The China TE are very spontaneous especially the Yinchuan girls... they can sing and dance anytime, very cute!! Liu Yan even traded a sing and dance item with Chua for performing for him in exchange to get him to go to Yinchuan!!!
After the dinner... the drinking session continued at the Piano Bar... and the hyenas appeared... Derrick and Chua were determined to see me drunk ...
... up, got ready and made our way to the island. We saw this cookie called zaleti with chocolate chunks in it yesterday so we decided to try that. We then went to the island of murano to find some demonstrations of glass blowing and to find more pieces of jewelry and the other items they make with the glass. We were there for most of the day and then went back to the main island. We had lunch before we left and I had a toasted salame and mozzarella sandwich, it was delicious. When ...
... are joined by about 400 bridges.
The Grand Canal, about 2miles long, winds through Venice from the northwest to southeast, dividing the City into nearly equal portions.
Long sand bars or barrier beaches, on the outer side of the lagoon serve as protection against the sea.
This afternoon we arrived in Venice, but before that, we we treated to almost a birds ...