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... after an express Waterbus ride from the cruise terminal to Piazza San Marco, to the old part of Venice - as far away from the tourists that we could discover. Fr. Jimmy had two maps and we followed the signs the alley ways and bridges for six hours. There were a few alley ways that did not have shops, but in the old quarter the shops were selling handmade goods - we could have spent all our Euro's, but we knew our baggage limit. We walked into churches that looked ...
... the city to explore. We would try and go into all the churches that we saw. Some of them were gorgeous, which I didn't expect from looking at the outside. The fish market was pretty cool to see everyone out. I got some strawberries at the market and they were quite delicious! On of the booths had a very cute worker, so we would circle around and pass that stand a couple of times. :) We went to the Rialto bridge, which is the famous bridge ...
... many artists who are famous today. She lived in Venice for 30 years until her death in 1979. Her home, and a fantastic collection of modern art, remains as a private museum today. I had read her biography a few years ago and was really fascinated by her, so it was a thrill to see her home and collection up close. After such a busy day, my feet were swollen and sore from the heat. So I had a little afternoon siesta with my feet up. ...
... vaporetto), which is a speed boat that whisks you from the hotel to the port for an exorbitant amount of money!
We felt like we were home again in good ole' cabin 9030, conveniently located between the laundry and the Concierge Lounge, where Don goes at 6 AM in the morning (at the latest) to drink coffee and read, while Martha catches a few more winks. I headed over to the laundry facility, thinking it would be nearly empty since ...
... booked hostel, with a bridge to it right over a small canal (technically a river). I then set off sightseeing. First I saw some clothes shops so purchased a couple of dresses that I could wear in Ibiza: grossly conscious of my significant weight gain I was aiming for some new shorts, but all of them were hilariously too small, not assisting my self confidence!
I remembered to check for what Audioguides I had downloaded for Venice. One was a guide to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet