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... we did, to avoid the hordes and heat along our way.
Boats of every description are moored outside many residences. It's the only mode of transportation other than on foot.
My favorite cultural revelation on this trip. The Selfie-Pole. In order the get the proper composition for that eternal photograph, you've got to get the right distance from the subject. What's wrong with turning to the folks next ...
... and booked a massage package for the week.
We tried to book a tour for tomorrow whilst in Bari Italy but they were sold out. After an eventful day it was time for bed...except our Italian neighbour's in the room next door were drunk, sounded like 100ppl in their room and forgot the adjoining door between our rooms was locked (thankfully) as they attempted to break into our room. This cruise hasn't been a great start. Fingers crossed tomorrow is a better day.
The different coloured buildings on the island of Burano came about to assist drunken sailors (from the island) return to the right house after a night out celebrating. It would appear that there were too many incidences of people going home to the wrong house, so it was decided that each house would be painted a different colour… it’s easier to remember you live in a red house than the third from the ...
... we were in strife as we were a long way from the ship and it was late at night. Fortunately, someone told us where to find an ticket machine. We caught the water bus back to P.Roma. From there we caught what turned out to be the last people mover back to port. The people mover stops at 11pm everyday. Despite the problems we had a good day in Venice and we still have another day in Venice as the ship stops there for two ...
... his boat tickets, saving us over 80 euros! So special thanks to him.
We checked in to our hotel by the station and proceeded through the narrow, romantic streets. Each street opened up to bridges and the small, peaceful canals. We stopped for some cannelloni before arriving at the famous Piazza San Marco or Saint Mark's Square, a ...