Alla Corte Rossa
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... of the surrounding buildings with your outstretched arms. It is very easy to get lost in Venice as the streets are simply a maze with no rhyme or reason. Sometimes around the next corner are several more narrow streets and sometimes they open into large squares. There are no cars in Venice (the streets are no where near wide enough) and everyone gets around either by the narrow streets and bridges or by boat through the twisting canals. Stores and restaurants are ...
... to the Grand Canal and walked a very short distance to our hotel.
Right after checking in, I went to get my nails done and in the salon was such a cute Cavalier who belonged to one of the ladies. She was adorable and had such a sweet face. In the meantime, Marc went to go find a barber to make an appointment to get his hair cut and found one not too far away.
At dinner time, we found a restaurant overlooking one of ...
... we leave Venice for two days at sea before arriving in Athens. Looking forward to a relax. As I write this the boys are playing indoor football with other kids. Haven't seen then in an hour so hopefully mum and dad will get the rest they need :-) Internet will be dodgy over the next 12 days of the cruise as we will be reliant on local port cafés. So relax if you don't receive anything, I assure you we haven't gone the same way as the ...
... the tour we visited the Jewish ghetto, the grand canal, Rialto bridge, San Giorgio maggiore, Santa Maria Della salute, we took a Gondola taxi (for €2 each), walked through many small non tourist streets, saw plenty of places we cannot put a name too, stopped for delicious Italian coffee and had a great afternoon. We got talking to a lovely couple from Canada during the tour, which made the afternoon even more enjoyable! On the way to find ...
The ship arrived back to Venice at 7:00am Saturday.
Upcoming flights takes us to Dusseldorf Germany, then London where we spend the night, then Chicago and San Antonio. Lots of hops, but can't complain about free flights.
We used the people mover system to get from the ship port to the bus station in Venice, then took the VTVO bus across the ...