Albergo San Samuele
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Today I said good bye to the rest of the Bunnik crew at breakfast. It's been a great tour, and a great group of people, would definitely like to see my 'girls' as I liked to refer to the group of ladies I ate with most nights, again.
I had worked out how to get from the tour hotel to my new accommodation without having to climb up stairs, …
... off their gear, and then headed out into the town/city/settlement of Fiumcino. We found an agreeable little café, and happily downed coffee and devoured pastries, all underneath the oppressive Italian sun, which was thankfully somewhat blocked out by pine trees.
Efforts to find somewhere to have dinner in the town proved fruitless, nothing seemed about to open until after 7pm, and with 10 month child in tow, waiting around didn’t seem like much fun. Instead, we just ...
... filled with fantastic Tintoretto’s, many that you view with the aide of a mirror that you walk around with so you can view the ceiling. We stumbled upon a square (Campo since in Venice there is only 1 piazza) where a group of silent masked, pastel colored, performers formed a circle and danced with each other. No sound, though by that point I seem to recall music, even if it was only in my head. We found the shop. It was closed since it was Sunday, ...
... walkways around the square. It was one of the best times we had on the entire cruise.
If we ever get back to this area we would visit Venice again. The other place that we would return to is Taormina and Mt. Etna.
Today we took a motor launch tour of the waterways around the many islands that make up Venice. Each island has many very "important" buildings and of course a church.
Leaving now for two says at sea on our way to Palma de ...