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... be on my
When I finally found the Swiss transfer desk they sorted out my boarding passes
and asked for my luggage ticket – I could only show them my sticker from the
initial flight so I felt even more worried I would not be seeing my bag in the
Milan airport! When I asked if I had time to make my flight the attendant said
I still had nearly 2 hours!! What a relief – I was sweating and red hot by this
stage so thought ...
... are so different then at home. Here it's like a maze, so we are all directionally challenged. At the piazza, there were people feeding the pigeons, and there were so many of pigeons. The pigeons were landing on the people, about five at a time. For dinner we went to a nice restaurant and gelato after. Then we caught the water-bus and we got the best seats. I have a special talent in squeezing through crowds like most kids, so I got ...
Today is Paul's birthday. We all slept in then woke up and wished Paul a happy birthday. By the time we set off to explore it was 11.30am. We went over to the Rialto Bridge and sat and had Espresso Coffees and drinks and watched the boats for an hour or so. We walked all around the San Polo and San Rocco area and looked through several churches. We found a yummy pizza and calzone shop for lunch (Paul's choice). They make the best pizza here. ...
... bought some post cards and sat in a cafe until the bus arrived.
Although it was New Year's Eve there's not much else for me to report. I opted to watched the fireworks unfold from my bedroom window. I'm going down for an early breakfast, well early for a holiday and then head back over to Venice to see if I can be there when it's quiet. A very slim chance I know but it's worth a try :)
Good Night and Happy New Year to you ...
... and gelaterias. They say to "get lost" in Venice and we certainly did our best. We had a great dinner alongside Venice's Grand Canal. David and I are now packed for our next leg to Solingen, Germany to visit family. Shelly and Keith will have another day in Venice without us. We have been great travel partners and despite being together for 12 days, we are still having great conversation, good laughs, and a shared spirit of adventure. ...