Graspo De Ua
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Brekkie in restaurant. Americano x 2, OJ plus croissant.
Went to San Marco to see the Basillica. Got there about 9.30am & the line was rather lengthy. Started letting people in about 9.50am. Not as impressive as the Basillica in Lyon.
Julie was chatted to about taking pictures in a no picture zone.
Did not understand anything that …
Brekkie in restaurant. Not enough croissant. Espresso was shito! Got a message from Gayle about meeting at 8.30am near the horse. What effin horse? Found the horse.
Girls got off the public taxi service. We decided on paying 120 EUR for a private water taxi to take us around the canals for 1hr. It was terrific.
Americano near the Rialto …
Arrived at about 10.00ish. People everywhere outside station. Being badgered by porters to
take luggage. Decided on water taxi. 50 EUR. Got to motel & left luggage.
Guy was a prick. Wandered off & found a café. Several beers & small
rolls with yummy filling. Spoke to 2 pom couples & a yank group. Very
pleasant. Like …
... which are derived from carnival, which was introduced around the time of the Plague, which the city of Venice was hit ************ two occasions. This was introduced to bring about an equality between all, as by covering the face and body, and wearing very similar masks, no one could see or make out who was who, or their background. It was also done to act as a distraction against all the sufferings being experienced. As things progressed, Venice ...
... polenta. With a large bottle of water the whole thing only came to 8€. Incredible quality and price so close to San Marco. A great find. San Marco really wasn't as full as I expected, probably because of the heat, but I was very pleased to find a piece of glass I've been looking for for ages. It consists of the signature piece by the company Pauly. It is a gondola. No, reader, not one of those tacky colored monstrosities one finds in the souvenir ...