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... good English, , but this cancer question was a bit of a stumper. Now what to do?
Simple, lets play charades. He starts pointing towards his boobs, saying 'woman cancer'.
' Ahh breast cancer', I say. Cool, I can help with that!!! Just glad that he didn't decide to do a demonstration of the type of cancer by pointing at my boobs- that could have been awkward!
So we leave the Hard Rock Café and head out to look at the souvenir shops. So many ...
... are added in a number of ways. Some for sale in various Venetian shops:
What it says above is "100 percent" Murano glass. There are many knockoffs. At one time there were 5,000 glass makers in and around Venice. Because of world competition primarily from Asia and the arduous task of learning the trade, that local number has fallen to less than 1,000. Murano is not a company, it's an island a few ...
... Mark's Basilica. It was a beautiful day, 74 degrees with just a little humidity. For the entire 25 minutes we waited in line in the square, we watched other tourists feeding the pigeons. Every book I read said DON'T FEED THE PIGEONS but these people acted like they were these magical creatures to be in awe of. They're filthy pigeons! One woman got buzzed on the head by a pigeon after she ran out of food. Another woman got pooped on by one as she fed ...
... gondolas but they didn't have people on them and when we went on the boataway we passed a place that looked like a castle and it had circle towers. Then we went down another canal and got off the gondola. Then we went to have some lunch, I had a schnitzel sandwich and the twins shared a wrap type thing and Lily had a Parma ham and em menthol sandwich and we were sitting the town square. After lunch we went up the tower but we couldn't go up ...
... or parks. Or trees. There's no colour green anywhere. And I love the colour green :( and I mega love trees. I couldn't ever live here. When I went to Burano yesterday, that's when I finally got to see grass and trees. But the main island of Venice has only got this area that nobody goes to off on the east that has parks, but unless you go specifically out there, you won't see any green. Anywhere. The canals are a lovely ...