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... t know even know. We drove to be Venice today and to be honest I'm pretty tired. We're on this streamlined mission to feed our eyes as much landmarks and skylines as possible. As well as our mouths as much carbs and meat as possible. Prosciutto and pasta anyone? You can grow a bit weary of the tourism after a while. We're were all talking about what our lives are going to be like when we get home. I know that I'll have ...
... juice. With a little stop off at a Turkish Delight
retailer we headed for home and back to the ship. Another excellent day
experiencing things on a local level rather than a commercial tour (and it must
be said at an extremely reduced rate for four people) with excellent
explanations and a down to earth suitable level for the kids. Once back at the
ship, (Corban was moving the cones to help the port traffic) we blobbed out in
the cabin for a while before heading to ...
... to see inside another church anyway. Rialto bridge it is. It's only about a 400m walk again through the tiny streets and it's all level so relatively easy on David's ankle. We find the bridge...I had read that it was under renovation but only on one side so we walk to the side that is visible. Italy is clever in that when something is under renovation they cover it with a massive piece of white fabric that shows what the building will look like when it's finished. ...
... we found this place..A two bedroom multi coloured apartment but at least it's on the ground floor even if there isn't any view.. Today has been walking and walking and bridges, and ferries and more ferries. S.Marco's (Of course) The Rialto Bridge and a wonderful lunch in a beautiful ristorante off S,Marco's square. Tomorrow we are off to Tuscany...6 nights in one spot might be nice.. Love to you all Maureen, Murdoch and Lozzio...PS and I've hardly mentioned the ...
... day trip was truly special especially being able to experience it with Dani. The city was gorgeous, and filled with people. I left the city with some amazing photos and memories and when the sun started to set we all realized how truly lucky we were to be exploring this historic city. We enjoyed our last views of Venice at night, grabbed a hot chocolate and got back on the water taxi to make it to the train station to head back home to Firenze.