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... indoors to see where the grapes are processed into the finished product, and he currently makes red, white, rose and sparkling wines. We were amazed to learn that a traditional cork costs 1€, but he also uses a far cheaper version made with a 'washer' of solid cork at either end and the middle consisting of reconstituted cork product. He went through a similar talk in respect of his olives, including a technique using centrifugal force to remove water from the ...
... over the flood. It was all very exciting. The next morning we took the Vaporetto to the bus depot and took our first european bus. It was leaps and bounds beyond the greyhound we took to Spokane. The bus took us for three hours through the Dolomites of northern Italy, it was spectacular. We tried to take pictures but found they couldn't encompass the grandeur of the mountain range. In Villach, Austria we transferred to a train. We ...
The drive from Bologna to Venice was supposed to be a reasonably simple 1.5hrs, but this quickly developed into 3.5 hours. The problem was the exit we needed to take to get to the site was closed and we kept taking the wrong turn which meant you ended up on the bridge to Venice itself and with it a 6 km round trip to get back to your starting point. It was nice to see the outskirts of Venice, but by the 3rd or 4th time it was getting a little dull.
To start the day off, George discovered he lost his ship card while we were in line for disembarking for our excursion to Piazza San Marco, Doge's Palace and Canal cruise. Needless to say we "missed the boat" on that one, because it took too long to get a new card. So we did all those things on our own during the ...
... at us as the men played on. We felt a little on display but soon we entered the canals and I was able to relax a bit more. It really was quite romantic. On every bridge we crossed below, people clapped and stared and took pictures. Couples came out if their homes and onto their balconies to hear the music, waving and smiling at us. If it had been her, my mom would have been mortified! Ha ha! It was a treat to see how the canals acted as little ...