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... server, Al, is a black man who, even without the haircut, reminds me of television’s Mr. T. Initially gruff, he instantly warmed when I asked his name while we still on the ground in Philadelphia. He shook my hand and we have been on a first name basis since.
On these long flights, business class travelers have a choice of departure meals. You can dine course by course of opt for the express meal served all at once. I always choose the later so that ...
... and tomato
Course 2: Spaghetti (Italian style)
Course 3: Lasagne
Course 4: Grilled Chicken
Followed by fresh fruit, tea and coffee then a gift of a small bottle of Amaretto.
Water taxi back to St Marks to pick up those who didn't attend the meal then back to the port, on the coach and back to the hotel.
Well Venice was absolutely amazing.
Tomorrow we set off for ...
... with their roller bags) come in and order a bag of coffee beans, have it ground, and purchase it to bring back to their home. It was such a neat environment, amazing coffee, and a truly different experience from what we are used too.
As we were walking around, we stopped to check out the menu of a restaurant and ran into 4 guys stopping in to get a drink (Paul, David, Luigi, and Fernando.) Paul and David are Americans ...
... windows. No photos were allowed in the Doge's Palace or St. Marks.
When we were done admiring the Palace, we started the slow walk back to the ship by following the yellow signs with the word Roma. The original plan was to take the kids back to the ship and the four adults spend an evening in Venice, but neither time nor crowds were on our side to make that happen. Not too far out of the heavy crowds, we found a wonderful restaurant to have our first ...
... of any city. Instead of the typical vehicular racket, all you can hear are birds, the muffled sounds of marine engines, and the actual voices of people. Visually, as one descends the steps of the relatively modern station (built in 1954), the Grand Canal opens in front of you, as does a series of colorful, crowded docks and ticket booths. We're at one of the docks of Venice's public transit system, i.e., the passenger stops for a fleet ...