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Mum and I chose to do the Sound of Music tour that was on offer this morning, along with most of the tour group. Our guides name was Peter and in his own words "loooves the sound of music". In fact he had us all singing the songs from the movie for most of the tour. It was also a very beautiful sunny day and the guide kept telling us how lucky we were. It was actually quite interesting because he talked just as much about the real Von Traap family, which the movie is ...
... at us but we are usually the slowest car in sight.
On our return an orgy of cleaning ready for Venice (well you have to be tidy don’t you?)
As we paid our bills, Marco gave us a bad weather report (more thunderstorms) and another camper said the roads would be bad tomorrow (Why – when World Cup footie is on? - We’ll need to keep a low profile especially if England win!)
As we are Como’ed out we have decided ...
... for places to eat in Venice and when I checked my Lonely Planet guide, the same places were listed in there! So definitely worth checking out. He took us out to show us a pizza and kebab shop that his friend has started and the man working there gave us free slices of pizza! It was so nice. So no need for dinner tonight!
I'd forgotten what it was like to be in a hostel. I hadn't done it since 2011 in New Zealand, ...
... and took us to rinella which was on the other side of the island. We got some lunch and went next door to play pool once we got back. Milan hit the wining ball in and the mum and I had a game it took forever because the table was magnetic. We finally got back Milan and I had another swim and we went to the same spot for dinner I had roast chicken it was a bit ...
A day of exploration best described our day today. Many hours spent walking down the narrow streets of San Marco, discovering the multitude of shops as well as encountering age old churches nestled between the buildings. A particular excitement was when we found the supermarket (trust us, a difficult feat!), saving us many euro's on food! Last nights dinner cost us a fortune, most annoying as we had nothing special - Ben's lasagne outshone the poor ...