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Anyway, with lots of hugs and happy cries of "buona ventura" (good luck), we all went our separate ways.
Now it's late and I need to finish packing to get ready to leave for Venice bright and early tomorrow morning. I'm leaving most of my clothes here (I'm sick of them anyway) because I have no room for them now -- let alone when I leave Venice. We'll see what else I decided to leave behind there!
... chapel, each group of 25 has to wait in an air-locked room watching a video while the climate equalises and then has just 15 minutes to admire the chapel before being asked to leave. I thought this would be a real rush, but actually it was plenty of time and we were able to move around freely, following the pictures of the bible stories like a cartoon book. The detail and realism of the frescos was amazing, ...
... saying "Is this going to end well????". Jack woke up this morning in serious need of some playtime. Can't blame him...over the past week we've been so busy and travelled so far it's almost hard to believe!
So, we took or original plan to spend the day visiting a small town north of Venice and said....No Way!
Instead, we played games all morning, and then swam most of the afternoon. It was so nice to see him just relax and have fun ...
... actually semi-authentic and boasted a staggering array of English ale. I had a Bulldog Strong Ale, which was very strong and tasty, whilst my GLW had a Watneys, which I did not think still existed. It was syrupy sweet and horrid. But I enjoyed mine, and even enjoyed the symphonic-prog-metal of Nightwish playing in the bar ( over the sound system, not live, sadly). I think I enjoyed the English Pub more than my GLW.
It was the end of a long, tiring, hot day, and it was probably ...
... breathtaking. Words don't describe it, you have to see it for yourself. you have to hand it to the Italians - they don't do things by half measures.
Tonight we went to a local restaurant and had probably our best meal of the trip so far. Julie had a bowl of gnocchi and I had a plate of tagliatelle. Both dishes were simply superb - made from fresh ingredients and ...