Foresteria Valdese Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around I would think every one of them is present.The ship's chaplain conducts a very moving service. And when it finishes there is a brilliant red and gold sunrise reflecting across the calm water. Some things are meant to be.
Venice is our next destination. We watch a world surrounded by water and intersected by canals float by as the ship sails into the harbour. It's St. Marks Day, a public holiday, and Venice is jam packed with people. St Marks square is shoulder ...
... Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: We have no clue but we are probably getting out of Italy.
... it's actually two nights.
Secondly, the cheapest tickets available - 'Deck Class', doesn't include such luxuries as a bed or a chair or a space indoors, what it does buy you is the freedom to pick anywhere up on the colorful metal deck to lay out a sleepbag and catch whatever fiutful sleep you can like some kind of maritime hobo, which for most normal people is not much due to the combination of glaring deck lights, the cold and unyeilding ...
... 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 ...
... we purchased some beer and champagne and guzzled the lot, then slipped into an entirely welcome coma.
Up early the next morning, we were heading into Venice again, but this time we were heading out to some of the outlying islands via water taxi. In order we were visiting Isola San Michele (an island that is one massive cemetery), Murano (Glass blowing island), Burano (known for its colourful buildings) and Torchello (home to ~1,500 year old church). We jumped on a water taxi near ...