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... rather low key evening. Caught up with some of the people we had met and shared a farewell drink. We were entertained by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and then to bed as we were being collected by our driver at 0700 to take us to the train station!
As I farewell the Regal Princess I will leave you with some final ship facts.
The total distance travelled from Barcelona to Venice was 2,993 nautical miles or 5,543 km.
The gross tonnage is 142,714 ton
The overall length ...
... because of the numerous spans that crisscross its waterways. While many of Venice's 400+ bridges are nondescript and practical, there are several that embody the beauty and the history of this fascinating city.
The island of Venice is shaped like a fish, as our host pointed out to us on the map. It's major thorough fares are canals. The Grand canal winds through the middle of the fish. Venice is a carless kaleidoscope ...
... of Venice, and bankers' row. We also took a short gondola ride and saw the fish market and the red light district for the upper and lower class.
Finally dinner in the traditional Chichetti style which is like tapas (small plates) and a nice bottle of Chianti. A walk back to our flat through the winding alleys of Venice. We are surprised we could find our way back since there are so many tiny streets, but we did. We are ...
... Elira and I were hitting the red wine pretty hard. 1.5L Bottles!!!
Heading back was interesting, a ferry ride home after copious amounts of red wine.. I made it! Even though I felt like I was going to go overboard.
Venice was absolutely gorgeous! I'd definitely come back one day hoping for the sun to come out and play next time.
Everyone looked so good. Although most of my trip I felt undressed or something - I didn't really care what I wore. I was in Europe, in ...
... a people mover involved, and no matter how we tried, we couldn't get around it. To get off the port area, we had to buy tokens for the people mover. Tokens were €1 per person, we walked about five minutes to get to it, waited four minutes for it to arrive, and it took us maybe 100 yards. When it stopped to let us off at Piazzale Roma, we looked at each other with raised eyebrows, "That's it?" We headed out to find a ticket station to buy our vaporetto ...