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... without rebuilding it as some gaudy 'ancient world' theme park. (Not that ponpeii was anything like a 'west world', but if you kept building it up it could become one... Minus the robots I'd hope). The piles of rocks lying around makes you feel like you are part of the archeological process. They recreate enough for you to visualise the scale of the place, but not enough to make it feel like a re-creation. Rome wasn't as red this time around. It must've been the season I visited ...
... Other streets you are delightfully on your own.
Some streets are 5 metres wide, others only 1 metre.
And of course, canals every where, but you need to find a bridge to cross. It is possible to find yourself at a dead end facing a canal and having to back track.
We walked thru part of Castello, our district, San Marco, including the St Marks Square, the Basilica and going thru the Doges Palace and Bridge ...
We arrived in Venice at about 7AM on Thursday the 21st. We bid goodbye to the folks on the ship and headed for our new accommodations. We are staying at the Boscolo hotel. We were placed in a nice top floor suite. This hotel used to be a palace and everywhere you go the Venetians ask where you are staying. When we tell them they always exclaim 'oh, the Palace..magnifico'! It is quite elegant with gardens ...
... free time in their Main Street which took a little over 5 minutes in each direction but very quaint and lots of ouzo! Day 4 we docked at Izmir in Turkey, again we chilled on the ship, still flat out eating and drinking, the choices were limitless food and drink wise! Day 5 we arrived in Istanbul, we had a half day tour here including of course the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum and the grand bazaar. An entire week wouldn't be enough to truly ...
Jack woke up this morning in serious need of some playtime. Can't blame him...over the past week we've been so busy and travelled so far it's almost hard to believe!
So, we took or original plan to spend the day visiting a small town north of Venice and said....No Way!
Instead, we played games all morning, and then swam most of the afternoon. It was so nice to see him just relax and have fun :-)
We've had this ongoing project ...