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We have an 8:30 train to catch so decide on breakfast at the hotel where we see Hannah and her son Daniel who are leaving the tour to head to Lake Como to watch the older son compete in 'Ultimate Frisbee' World Champs at Lake Como!! The train station is nearby; our accommodation has all been so central. The 2 hr trip to Venice is by the red high speed train. We find the vaporetti to take us from the mainland train station to ...
... he said he knew where Winnipeg is…"Very cold!"…yup, ...
... extremely cold he didn’t have the cute traditional outfit on, but we did see a few guys with striped jumpers but they looked more like where is wally. It was a 30 minute cruise and was really good to see Venice from that perspective and what they use as cars affectively. The canals even had blindcorner mirrors and had the rule of keeping left (even though Italy they drive on the right hand side of the road). We could see the marks on the walls of when there is flooding and all ...
... said he wanted meat..."No, no Venice is known for fish, you need to have fish". So Dar said "Well what would you recommend?" and He said the magic word, "Lobster in spaghetti sauce". (That is four words, but Dar was hooked after "Lobster"). Dar said he would have that, Cindy and I both changed our minds and we had the same as Dar.
Not Don, he was hankering for Beef...Venice waiter tried his best but Don stuck to his guns, he got sliced grilled beef with ...
... an Italian lady who was so nice and very informative took the group around the amazing little ally’s it felt like a maze. Seeing the canals with Gondola after gondola pass under the bridge. Seeing Rialto Bridge, which was a non-movable place with so many people so our walking tour guide took us elsewhere and told us to go on our own a bit later. The walking tour finishing at 12:15 we had a glass demonstration ...