Alloggi Gerotto Calderan
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... period. I'm definitely going to wake up at 7:00 screaming, "When is bags to coach?! What time is breakfast! When is morning departure!?!" And probably scare my cat and boyfriend. They've really drilled it into us. If you miss any of these in the morning you're ******. I packed some take away alfredo pasta from dinner. If I steal some hot mushrooms tomorrow morning during breakfast I can make alferdo mushroom for ...
... la carte restaurant Alizar for a
nice meal. Another show to allow the night to drift away and off to bed.
Thursday 6th – Day at Sea – Today required an
alarm to be set as Toni and Tony had a Bamboo massage booked for 9am so the
kids were going to spend a little time in Kids splash club. A little bit of breakfast
before kids / Parents separation. The warm Bamboo massage certainly rolled on
the some of the muscles. It didn’t seem to ...
... it less of an eyesore.
Obligatory pics taken we successfully navigate the automatic ticket machine and hop on a vaporetto (water bus) and head to the San Marcoula stop to visit the Jewish Quarter. The vaporetto rides are an experience in themselves. They wouldn't pass muster with Australian Workplace Heath and Safety regulations but they are a quick, cheap and efficient way to get around. Put it this way...the water taxi to the hotel cost €70 ...
... I have added one new word to my extremely limited Italian vocabulary "Gabinetto" (toilet).
Strolled some more through more locally inhabited areas just enjoying looking at everything and being in Venice and then we headed towards St Marks Square again.
Decided to posh it up by having afternoon tea at one of the cafes in the square. Vetoed the cafe with the "music tax" of EUR 6 p/person (bit rude!) and picked a less pretentious ...
... 8217;t get lost. This, too, appealed to us after our Rome adventures.
So we went. We looked in shops, walked in and out of shops, began to search for a place to eat, and walked some more. I had intended to bring my pedometer on this trip and was so frustrated I had forgotten it. But on that day, I really wished I could have used the app I have when I run, to map the route we took. I would love to see the winding path we took that day. We turned ...