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The front desk staff are very helpful with the English we need to answer questions about public transportation, places to eat, etc. The breakfast buffet is varied and tasty.
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... here in Venice.
For the morning we drove out of Venice to a nearby town of Vido di Jesolo to try to find ten pin bowling or laser skirmish.
No luck, but we did find mini golf.
After a fun 18 holes we checked out the hundreds of sunbeds on the 15km long beach and then headed to a restaurant for Riley to eat his favourite meal of spaghetti bolognaise for lunch. ...
... in for the 3 night cruise. The staff member made a phone call and disappeared for a few minutes. On reappearing he advised me that he will need to sort it out with immigration tomorrow and they’ll let me know. Let me know what??? What is there to know? I’ve booked and paid for both cruises. What else is there to know? I suppose it’s just a matter of sitting tight and waiting for them to get back to me.
I have already mentioned about the ...
... t bother getting off the boat.
Once we returned to the main island, we played "getting lost". Actually no we didn't, I don't do aimless wandering very well I've discovered. We knew where we were going and we had a plan to get there. We seem to be getting the hang of navigating our way around.
The other "highlight" for the day was a visit to the fish market. Suffice to say Gordon enjoyed this more than ...
... The trip took 2 hours and went by very quickly. The scenery was not great, unfortunately. During the first part it was in and out of tunnel after tunnel (ears popping) so I didn't get to see the mountains that I remember from the tour bus. The second part was through fields and, when we went through small towns, the backside of buildings. It’s hard to take clear pictures from a moving vehicle—ha! So sometime during that long wait at McDonald’s ...
... the FREE & civilised exhibitions. Civilised in as much as there were no crowds, no queuing & no admission fee. As a bonus the exhibitions were really interesting. The first was "Napoleone Martinuzzi Venini 1925 - 1931. This was a glass display with all the artists original drawings on show. The other was an exhibition by Marc Quinn, an incredibly talented, young artist who works with marble, bronze, concrete and oils. His paintings & sculptures were amazing & ...