Guest House Piccolo Vecellio
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The highlight of our trip so far was the tour - Venetian Magic, we cruised the Grand canal by private water taxi, drooling at the amazing palazzos, saw the Rialto Bridge , to arrive at St Marks Square. This was followed by a gondola ride ( we were the lucky ones to have the music in ours and be seranaded , it was so beautiful to glide through the small canals to the delightful Italian vocals and guitar.
Two nights here it makes such a ...
... least. There were projectors going with slides from different periods in Armenia history.
After going through the exhibit we headed back toward our place. We stopped to have a gelato that according to my guidebook was the best in Venice. Not sure that I agree. This was one thing we saw a lot of was gelato stands all over Venice. Had some pretty incredible colors of gelato to chose from.
... night, arriving in the Port of Katakolan, Greece at around 8am on 13 July 2014.
During the day while sailing towards Katakolon, we exercised in the gymnasium, attended a welcoming cocktail party for around 50 people from SA, who had booked through Phillip Hoffman Travel, had dinner at the Manhatton Restaurant at night, then enjoyed the BB King Blues Club band and numerous conversations around the boat.
... and I also spotted a mask that we wanted to add to our collection. We asked the store owner if a particular mask was available in black, and he said he didn't have any but if we waited 10 minutes he would make it up for us. So we waited. Isabelle loved waiting him make the mask. Now we have a beautiful mask and great story to share.
Again we rented an apartment for two nights in Venice. It was fairly inexpensive considering the cost of other places in the city. The gentleman we rented from met us at the train station and walked us ten minutes to his apartment. It was a little snug, but we knew we would only need a place to sleep and eat a few meals. He was a cello player at the opera house, but when asked about tickets, he was ...