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... lovely things for sale alongside all the tourist stuff and some magic balls that splatter completely flat and then suck themselves back into shape, which were for sale on every corner along with imitation Prada handbags. Another day in Venice tomorrow. I will wear my Death in Venice hat again. It is what the boy wears I think, so if you think I look like a wally it is all in the cause of ironic art.
(Paul says) A morning of not ...
In the late morning, we packed up our gear and left our cozy little Hotel Saturnia. We took another water taxi, which are all great fun to cruise down the Grand Canal on.
We boarded the ship around noon...since we were spending a night in port, and all guests weren't required to board until we left the next night, the boarding process was easy, and we walked right on the ...
... and headed back to the Hotel for brekky. Now, all of the Hotels we have stayed in have included breakfast, much to our delight. Unfortunately this Hotel has Nonna as the chef. Her idea of breakfast consists of homemade sandwiches, boiled eggs cut in half and placed on lettuce and tomato, some type of cold looking bruschetta, mini croissants with salami etc, etc. It may sound pretty tasty, but at 7.30am in the morning all you really want to eat is cereal and some yoghurt. Suffice to say we ...
... collected passports they asked you if you had a second ID. I don't know what they did with the passengers who didn't. Before every shore excursion we were told that we had to take a photo ID into port with us and that it could be checked when returning to the ship
.Day #4: Athens, Greece:"The Acropolis and the Archealogical Museum": Our meeting time was 7:30 in the theater and there was no lagging behind. ...
... in the day. It houses all the "opulence" of the times - and also the prison! There was more very ornate artwork (folks were flashy way back when) and some really cool armor & weapons! Of course we also crossed the Grand Canal at the Rialto Bridge, which was full of tourists trying to take a picture. One of the most frustrating parts of this trip is trying to walk through a million people trying to take ...