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... swimming off the rocks and made a beeline for it. We found it and Ross and I enjoyed a drink while the boys jumped off the rocks, being egged on by the tourists high up on the wall yelling at them to jump, and Jenna swam and sunbathed. Very lovely, gazing out over the Adriatic Sea. We made our way back to the ship at the allotted time and resumed our position on the balcony and later enjoyed out last dinner before sailing back into ...
... jewellery stock counts that needed doing. It's no problem though I mean that's part of why we are is to work plus we will be back in Venice in seven days time. Melanie (Boutique Manager) called me and Tomi in our cabin around 09:00 to let us know our delivery had arrived so off we went to get it processed. When we walked along deck three to where everything for the ship comes through I have ...
... is really sweet like a mini Venezia with little bridges and a big main walking street with lots of terraces and little shops going towards the ports with hundreds of fisher boats. We walked around a bit but It was a bit late so tomorrow we'll come earlier and eat here so we can see more. We had a drink at a nice lounge bar and than we biked back to sit around a bit as it was still pretty warm. It looked as if it was going to be difficult to sleep. 7th It had been an ...
... all over Venice with no real purpose but to look at all the shops and see what was about. We also went back to Burano and Murano island. The last thing to mention is we did the typical Venice thing, a gondola ride! It was expensive but very fun, Couldn't have left Venice without doing it. Our time here has come to an end. We loved just walking around and looking at all the canals and shops. The three islands were the best part. The friends and the memories we made here will last ...
... like the Dogè. Their Chancellors crests adorned the archive room, rebuilt after it was destroyed in a fire by ship builders and subsequently the new archives bore a strong resemblance to a ship. Even the doors are hinged like on a ship. The Chancellors crests were not family crests since they weren’t noblemen but crests they had created themselves.
The Dogè was elected by councilors for life, there were 120 Dogès throughout the course of their ...
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