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... along the way.
It turns out that Mr. Magoo is running the Egyptian Museum in Cairo now, and while King Tut is a bit the worse for the wear, we are all deeply indebted to him for this fabulous story.
Now when I get to Egypt I will try to avoid falling on top of any World Heritage treasures. In fact, I’m skipping Cairo altogether, and going to Luxor where it’s all made of stone.
But I’ve packed some Super Glue just in case. ...
Today was basically a whole day of travel. It was a 4 hour train ride to Venice and we arrived just after 1. By the time we had a quick bite and caught the water bus to Lido, most of the day was taken up. We had a not too bad meal and a nice walk down to the beach which was good. Reasonably early night and keen to check out Venice ...
... from paintings to frescos to sculptures and large painted tapestry maps of Italy. Housing one of the most important art collections in the world, the Vatican Museums are palaces originally built for the Renaissance popes. On our way to the Museums, our guide points out a uniquely modern feature for controlling tourist traffic, the double helix staircase. One set of stairs is used for access and one set is used for exit. The staircase is very attractive.
... the Piazza Venezia where we thought we may be able to find a taxi back to our hotel.
The Piazza Venezia is located in the "geometric centre" of Rome at the foot of the Capitoline Hill. The Piazza itself it is a worthwhile site to visit with superb baroque architecture, the Palazzo Venezia, the Church of San Marco and the much disputed National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II. It is also one of the busiest traffic intersections in Europe, ...
... We took the opportunity for coffee and a little snack. I had the most amazing hot chocolate - thick and creamy - mmmm! A little coconut tart complimented it perfectly.
Heading into the station, Mary & I sought information and purchased our tickets to Cinque Terra for next week. The queues at the station first for information, then for the purchase of tickets to an outlying area were HUGE! While we waited patiently, Lynda & Bill did the ...
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