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... shop, where books were piled on every available surface. Rachel had some trouble looking at some art prints as a very fat cat insisted on sleeping on them. We were lucky in choosing our restaurant in that the food was delicious and it started raining whilst we ate. The first time we've seen rain since Rome.
Left the apartment fairly early ...
... oldest church is now the hospital. Sangi Navo Pablo. Leonardo da Vinci master has the oldest monument in Venice. It is the largest freestanding bronze and marble (man on a horse) in the times it was built. Leonardo wanted his own bronze and horse (rumored to be grander)but at the 11th hour it was cancelled and never built.
... left over bananas, two boiled eggs & tins of tuna suddenly more appetizing. We were on the road by 9:30am. We did a lap of the city, to see it covered in snow & then hit the road headed for Venice, Italy.
Everyone was so excited to be heading to Italy, but sad also to be moving on. That's traveling!
The snow was falling really heavy which made driving a lot harder for Clint. We needed to get him a decent breakfast quick. We didn't need to add hunger ...
... and elaborately worked tapestries tell of bygone eras in the rich history of Croatia. Returning to the ship by tender was carried out in a wind roughened sea. Our craft rocked and rolled but the skillful Indonesian man at the helm kept us on course and a team of his fellow countrymen awaited us at the Noordam to help us off safely. We were quickly processed and soon in the warm upper deck. No sunshine at all today... Last night we watched a display of singing and dancing by ...
I headed out at 9 this morning to see the Doges Palace before the crowds arrive. As I entered Piazza San Marco I wondered where the Bascilica had gone: Venice was shrouded in fog! So on this trip I have experienced Venice flooded, sunny and foggy and I've loved it! I've beaten the crowds to the Doges Palace and enjoy the beauty of the arched porticos surrounding the courtyard with only a handful of other people- until the ...