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... that each individual panel is a supreme artistic masterpiece in its own right. It is akin to walking into a room stuffed with dozens of works by say, a Da Vinci or a Michelangelo. It is a sort of prototype Sistine Chapel, 200 years before its time.
There are so many highlights. A nativity scene that virtually sets the template for Christmas cards for years to come. The Judas-Jesus kiss, where both are nose to nose with an intensity of expression that is chilling. The raising ...
Woke up late - but feeling so much better after a greatnight's sleep. Barry still woke up at the horror hour of 1am like we've all been doing at some stage of our trip. We took our time as we didn't feel like rushing. Had breakfast , shower and then took off to the Sunday markets. Both Ben and I really enjoyed the great market atmosphere. It was a glorious day with so many people enjoying the beautiful day with their families and of course the great market shopping. There was ...
... the pool and spa until lunch time. Three other couples could be seen around the deck, but that was all until embark meant time for the new passengers. It was a weird feeling watching everyone looking around for the first time, getting familiar with the boat when we are already familiar! Hours later, when we couldn't stand any more sun, we popped downstairs to our room and chilled until dinner time. While everyone was upstairs enjoying the Sail Away Party that we ...
... and this time headed North to a little Medieval town called Cittadella, which is one of a few remaining towns with it's defence walls still largely intact. In the two places where the wall has tumbled down a walkway has been constructed allowing visitors to walk the full 1.5km wall-top circuit. It gives a great view across the whole town and it was bizarre to think that soldiers with bows and arrows ...
... boat and proceeded to pull a full-on moonie to the entire boat whilst waving her arms about menacingly.
But anyway, back to Burano, or Bumaro, as we now like to call it. This place was like a toy town, with brightly coloured houses and cute little bridges. We ate pesce fritto and pommes (posh fish and chips basically) by the sea and took a stroll down to the lace museum and actually saw an elderly lady making a lace veil in front of us. The needle was absolutely tiny ...