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... of economic growth, along with the now existing underlying structural budget surplus of the general government, build the basis for the debt-to-GDP ratio to start a significant decline in the coming years ahead, which will help ensure that Greece will be labeled "debt sustainable" and fully regain complete access to private lending markets in 2015.[a] While the Greek government-debt crisis hereby is forecast officially to end in 2015, many of its ...
... outskirts of the island and dropped them all off. Fisherman went on with their lives, loading up their boats with gear and heading out to sea. Some even cautiously rode their vessels into the heart of the island to sell their products straight from the boat onto the streets where customers jostled one another to gain position to buy plump tomatoes, bright lettuces and pungent fish.
The next stop on the line was Murano, famous for ...
... day (silly me!), so instead we had a little happy hour glass of prosecco at the end of the day.
Over the last week, I got lots of birthday packages and cards. Thank you everyone! I know that sending packages to us with a 2-3 week delay is an extra ordeal, so I'm especially thankful. I am now prepared for Christmas and for the rain thanks to decorations and a wonderful raincoat (thanks Anita and Jennafer!). I'm well accessorized with a ...
... cloud in the sky. After breakfast we were soon cruising down the Grand Canal to St Marks Square where we had a tour of the Basilica which was amazing, after wandering around St Marks Square we wandered along the Grand Canal taking in all the happenings around us. The sun was warm the people were friendly and the water had a sparkle to it, the signs were there for us to sit and enjoy a wine and the moment ,which we did. ...
... picture on the Rialto Bridge or the Academia Bridge (these are the two main pedestrian overpasses for the Grand Canal) then best be quick!
The main attraction of the island is supposed to be the San Marco Basilica. An intricate and bold church that dates back to the 9th century. It is a patchwork basilica, constantly being renovated or updated. As a result, its marble columns, statues and roofwork seem all to be ...