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... just over a week to get to Caen in France for my ferry. I'm hoping to get one more blog entry in before the trip ends, hopefully to post some pictures of Gondolas if nothing else, but open sites are difficult to find at this time of the year, so it probably means camping wild and no WiFi so it might have to wait until I get back.
Right, now its time to tuck into yet another Pizza.. I'm sooo looking forward to a proper pint and a plateful of fish and ...
... amp; mozzarella; and salmon & cream cheese. We opted to get our second gelato of the day at a gelato place next door; I ordered mint and Ian tried nutty (ironic?). Both were delicious and we agreed that this gelato place gave you a lot more for your euros!
Next we decided to walk around the streets of Venice before taking a Gondola ride. We walked around a lot of Venice – and felt like ...
... Me, Jordan and Zara led mum and dad through old town and we got lost it was so much fun.
Then after we found our way out we walked to buy something to bring back home to Australia.
We went to the main square to have lunch.
Then we caught a taxi boat back to the buses.
Venice has been my favorite place so far.
I LOVED it.
... 2 people can't walk side by side. We walked to Piazza San Marco which was stunning. The big surprise was us managing to find our accommodation on the way back without getting lost. We met our hostess Sonia who is lovely and very chatty. She has given us some good tips for tomorrow including telling us where the real venetians shop, and the best places to go. It will be nice to have an early night - hmmm, it is now 10.30pm, so where has that time gone to!
After a resounding night's sleep we both woke refreshed and headed down for breakfast to feast on a hearty helping of scrambled egg (or it could just be omelette gone wrong!!) and bacon!! It was possible to have breakfast on the terrace overlooking the Grand Canal for a premium of €10!! One or two people had ventured out only to be turned back by the Maitre’D.
We were in no hurry to head for the ship. Check in would start about 12 noon but we ...