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... step back, the store had rolled up their outdoor rug and sent me tumbling. This was not a story I really wanted to share--but oh, well. It was embarrassing and pretty painful on the elbow, shoulder and hip. But, I have no bruises and boy, was I lucky! The store owner was pretty concerned because it was their rug, but all turned out well. I can just imagine Stephanie and Seth saying, "You didn't really fall, ...
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Our host has advised us on everything to do and not to do in Venice and I think we are going to have a great time here. It is a bitter sweet venue as Venice represents the nadir of the tour for us but it also signals the end. When we leave here in a weeks time, it will be to board a flight to Dubai and ...
... some lovely food. Bronaugh and I each ordered a pizza and shared them which was delicious. Lorraine had the same pizza as me with prosciutto and rocket, while mum had pasta with the worlds tiniest Scallops and Ellan had a massive vegetarian calzone. It was a beautiful spot and the food and wine was lovely. We had lots of photos together to commemorate our last night together. After dinner we went for a stroll and enjoyed Venice by night and came to rest at a little bar in a ...
... offers later, I found the bridge.This wasn't the Rialto, it was much smaller in size, but it was much heavier..in meaning atleast. Ponte dei Sospiri, or in English, the Bridge of SIghs. Not knowing its name or meaning before, I was quite ecstatic as I took tons of pictures of the bridge and marveled at its architecture and wondered how classy of a feeling it must feel to sail underneath it or walk upon it or even to glimpse it. Then I noticed the difference. ...
... ended four hundred metres away. But when I found the statue I was looking for, turned off of the main thoroughfare and went over just one bridge: near silence. Like the flick of a switch the crowds and their noise was gone and there was barely another soul in sight. Occasionally a boat would putter by and when it was gone, the only noise would be the gentle swish of it's wake lapping against the buildings. I knew straight away, just like I knew straight away ...