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... bring your bottle and fill it from a variety of bulk wine casks originating from the wine region near Venice. Everything from Chianti to Sangiovese to PinoGrigio…now wouldn't that be a huge hit back home!!
As we wandered towards our apartment peeking into shops and chatting with locals, the sheer pleasure and enjoyment of strolling the streets of Venice began to take hold and that "magical" atmosphere was setting in!!
... 8217;s area with water slide, health spa, solarium, sports centre (tennis, basketball & squash courts), a 4D cinema, F1 simulator, 8 shops and of course the exclusive Yacht Club section. It is essentially a floating city, with everything necessary close at hand.
The high point for us though, was the additional luxuries that came with the Yacht Club. All our meals and drinks in the exclusive Yacht Club areas were complimentary (except for the ...
... all by accident too. I didn't realise she would be in Venice when we booked. It turned out to be cheaper to fly for Venice for a day then direct to Mykonos. (However a very tiring trip but all worth it) Carolyne showed us around Venice to get my bearings again. I can't believe I'd forgotten where I went in Venice during my last trip. I remember it being spectacular and that we arrived in the annual mask festival but other than ...
We started with an Aegean Cocktail, the special of the day. Vodka, amaretto, brandy, bacardi, orange juice, pineapple juice and grenadine. Or, in other words, adult KoolAid.
Chiara Bracaloni and Fred Burke, our travel directors, proved helpful, ready and able to answer all of our questions (i.e., good internet access, better internet access and, finally, where to go for "real" internet ...
... The painting of St. Marco by Giovanni was also impressive as I could understand the reason behind Venice’s main plaza. I also liked the Tempest by Giorgione and the fact that it was so revolutionary at the time since it portrayed religious subjects in everyday settings. The creation and adam and eve collection was also interesting as they told a story.
We walked back again and while the streets were mazelike we could figure things out ...