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... br> Catching our vaporetto, we cruised down the canal trying to take in all the amazing architectural variations along the canal! We got off at the Rialto dock so that we could take the 30 minute walk past the fish market and through the labyrinth of cobblestone streets and bridges back to our apartment. Little shops, bistros, restaurants and grocery outlets were everywhere. One of the most interesting shops we came across was a comfy wine shop where ...
... to share some more about the ship. The vital statistics are:
- Length: 330m+
- Width: almost 40m
- Height: almost 70m (18 floors with 25 elevators)
- Capacity: 4,300+ passengers in over 1,600 cabins
There are at least 22 places to get food or drinks (ranging from 5-star restaurants to pool and lounge bars), a library, fully-equipped gym, casino, 1,200 seat theatre, 15 pools and ...
... have her 3rd coffee for the day. It's very Italian to drink your coffee standing up at the bar (also half the price). It's a pity I don't like espresso shots as I was at the bar quite a while drinking my cafe latte. (Oh yes in Italian, latte means milk, so don't order a latte otherwise you'll get a glass of steamed milk, I remember playing tricks with this on Dad last time in Italy!) It was so good seeing my sister again, ...
It was a long, uneventful flight to Venice, Italy, an amazing destination and the beginning of our two-week cruise of the Adriatic Antiquities.
Our hand-held commute to our ship, the Aegean Odyssey, was simple, quick and effortless. Once boarded, we all made our way to our cabins (Columbus deck for me), settled in and then went to our orientation.
And they know how to ...
... divides the city into two. Small shops and booths of Venetian character are places on this bridge. It was at this bridge we separated into two groups and me, Nina, and Alyssa headed towards Gallerie dell academia. I especially loved the painting Veronese feast at the house of Levi which portayed the last supper but in too much of a boisterous degenerate manner. When the church ordered him to modify the painting he simply changed the name. How badass is ...