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... a new culture), and cook the rest of our meals at home if we can. Grocery shopping in other countries is also kind of fun and quite the learning experience. In Italy, all of your produce must be bagged, weighed, and priced with a sticker before you get to the checkout line - or you will have one angry cashier and a line of angry customers who now have to wait for her to go weigh and price your produce. Can you tell we learned that one the ...
... and whilst I would not ignore them, I would urge a more detailed look at Bellini's work. The greatest thing about I Frari, despite the high art within, is the escape from the crowds. Despite being a kind of 'Santa Croce' of Venice, people ignore this great church. Adjacent to it is a small palazzo with a decorative marble facade. It sits pretty next to the brick built, plain exterior of I Frari, and as a result, scores of tourists stop to photograph ...
... now and then I went back to my room, but still no bag. Then the ship left and was able to take some nice pics of leaving Venice.
I was on first dinner sitting, but had to ask them to serve me. I think because I was sitting alone in my allocated seat, they thought I was waiting for someone. It took a while to get my dinner which was quite nice. I wasn't going to wait around for dessert though, so went up to the buffet. The ...
... boats made famous in the film “The Tourist” with Johnny Depp and Angie- baby. We then toured the outside, bigger canals and got a really cool view of the many buildings and churches that dominate this sinking city. Our boat had a rivalry with one holding some of our tour group and the two skippers tried to splash/capsize the other. It was insane and apart from everyone fretting about their electronic devices – good fun was had by all.
... Tuesday the 27th, the Seals hope to get an early start to San Marco for their visit to St Mark’s Basilica followed by a tour Palazzo Querini Stanpalia, one of our Untours host’s “must sees” and finally, a visit to the Accademia. That will essentially conclude our visit to Venice. Wednesday am, a water taxi will meet us at 630 am to take us to the train station to travel to Lacarno, Switzerland for our second Untour week.