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... been excellent. The check in time for the cruise ship was between 11am and 10.30pm today as the ship does not leave Venice until 5.30pm tomorrow - we didn't realise that until this morning and the reason for that is that we are largely in the mode of one day at a time. Yesterday we'd decided to check in about 3pm but this morning given the hotel check out was 11am we decided the cleanest approach was to check in on leaving the hotel and then return to Venice for the day. ...
Well it was more of the same, the obligatory gondola ride, the getting lost, fighting against the horde of tourists, buying Venetian glass, fighting against the hordes of tourists, the getting lost...rinse and repeat.
Don't get me wrong I liked Venice. I just didn't love it. I got grumpy at the canals, I got grumpy at getting lost. Yes you told me so Louise, although ...
... twists and turns, through the Jewish ghetto & eventually out towards the Rialto bridge. It was here where we bumped into our dear friends from group 7 (the high schooler). From then on we went of a spot of lunch, drinks and some evening giggles. We had to leave them to go watch the history of Venice show which Grace is performing in. TEATRO SAN GALLO is where we come to see Grace. Beforehand she did warn us that is wasn't the best piece of theatre on the market but it was great ...
... card and got to eat it! It really did taste like sea urchin--which I love--and I decided I had gotten the best part! The sea bream carpaccio (thinly sliced and laid flat), and sea bass crudo (hand minced and formed into a circular shape) were both excellent. The bream was sprinkled with just a touch of sea salt, which was all that it needed, and the crudo had a few toothpick-thin pieces of celery laid over the top, adding a nice little crunch and a bit of freshness to ...
... summer voyages with more to come potentially in 2014 and 2015.
Both CDP ships planned for two years and began the 2013 Arctic expeditions after being in Iceland for a number of weeks in July (with Tauck groups) and since, have crossed the Denmark Straits to Eastern Greenland. Le Soleal is currently headed north up Western Greenland from Kangerlussuaq through the famous Baffin Bay; and I will soon follow on Le Boreal ...