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... of Bridges (Hey, so is Pittsburgh to all of our Pittsburgh family and friends). Maybe that's why we immediately fell in love with it!! Our room looks out on a small canal and both rooms are charming in decor and age. It was once a boat-building and repair shop,circa 1910. There is a garden where breakfast is sometimes served, even though Andrea told us it will be a bit too chilly in ...
... to walk so water taxi it was. No one around to buy a ticket, we had to go six stops, got off and not one person asked for money or our ticket..euros...none, bet that won't happen again.
Dinner tonight was the Hard Rock Cafe, the meal was delicious, there we were sitting there with rock music and videos blaring all around us and you look out the window at canals and gondolas, loving it.
Took a stroll through Piazza San Marco after dinner ...
... about for years. We didn't do much of the traditional tourist activities, but we did manage to get lost, wander into a beautiful church, eat fresh seafood, take a ride down the Grand Canal on the poor man's gondola (ie Vaporetto, or public transportation water bus), see a fairy-tale bookstore, drink yummy prosecco, and sit in a square at night and enjoy peace and quiet in the middle of an island full of tourists. ...
After the emergency drill which lasted very very short.... we didn't even need to try on the life jacket... then the Sail Away Party started....
Had a lot of fun as Ichiro and one of the China CCTV host or dancer guy lead the group to mass dance.... I took the chance to do some good workout!!
After the opening general session which is splitted into 2 this year, we gathered at the Manhattan's Grill to have dinner together, where Angela treated us to white and red ...
... putting down their beautiful art, once you've seen one shop, you've seen the lot. Katie Brown glass is a class above a lot of this - amazing! But this is definitely more catered to the tourist. Some of it undoubtedly beautiful, but they're mainly the larger pieces you'd never be able to get home. Years ago Tiff (and Daniel Rawson), bought back the most beautiful piece of sculptured glass I still have at home. It's very quiet today in ...