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... by the third player.
We spoke to Dann on the phone and he was a bit down about not being here too though he had a lot he was doing including some writing... yay!
The water buses were as crowded as the London Underground so I felt at home. I was always a bit glad to get off them before the sheer weight of people caused a more intimate encounter with the canals. Jess thought you really needed to be rich to enjoy Venice. There ...
... to have one last stroll through Venice. I also bought a few postcards and asked for directions to the nearest post office to buy stamps. We met up with the Davids back at the hotel and began our journey to the train station. Since the cost of a water taxi was going to cost us approximately 100€ for a relatively short ride, we decided to hoof it. It was fun walk, to say the least.
Firenze, here we come! ...
... particular piano player. Most of his songs, no matter what song he was playing, came out sounding like a Barry Manilow/Carpenters song adapted for elevator music. Even when he did old classics or an Elton John show the music was very soft and flowery. It worked okay in the Windows Dining Room as soft, background music but isn't anything we wanted to just sit and listen to. Cathy & Claudio: We didn't like the ...
... later they had randomly closed early (of course about 5 minutes before we arrived), again no explanation. It would have been nice if they had posted the early closing sooner, but oh well...we try not to get upset when a church is closed - it is after all a church, not just a tourist site! One thing we did go into was the Doge's Palace, which was basically the home/capital offices of the kings of the Venetian ...
... I just didn't know which exact roads to take, but that's the easy part. What surprised me was the charm and beauty of walking down narrow cobblestone roads (bad for our 4-wheel luggage) and crossing the arches that connect one part to the other (check our photos). The noontime sun was up and people were basking in it eating pasta and drinking wine alfresco by the riverside. It was the stuff of post cards.
Mom randomly picked a restaurant ...