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... the best of everything but we were completely ‘glassed’ out and couldn’t take in any more so went to catch the ferry back. This time we got the one that didn’t stop at every island along the way. We still had to walk back from the Grand Canal to where the Fusina ferry left and we missed it by a few minutes so went in search of a street café to people watch and relax before the next ...
We’re beat but happy that we spent two days in Venice. It’s said that 80,000 people a day come
here during the tourist season and we were right there in its midst. Off the
ship we go from the bus shuttle to the “people mover”. In a city with no cars we are
apparently on a little spit of land near the ports that abuts the Piazza Roma,
where we first meet the vaporetti.
This is Venice’s public transportation system, ...
... all of our passports and of course Security screening takes time too. We got back on the ship, walked up to deck 5 then to the front of the ship to the elevators to get us to deck 10 and our cabin so we could have a quick wash and freshen up before dinner.
Dinner with the idiots on this our last night was not on the cards for us. We wanted to have dinner with Slavic and say goodbye to him. When we finally arrived in the ...
... yesterday, we headed to some additional sights that piqued our interest and were outside of the mayhem in the Rialto Bridge-St. Mark's Square stretch. Our first stop was the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, which features modern art from the first half of the 20th century. I was quite excited to see this collection, given the amount of art we had seen from other time periods; this would be a nice contrast. The collection includes works by Picasso, Dali, and Pollock; ...