Hotel Forte del 48
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Following our unusually good fortune in meeting both Queen Elizabeth and the Pope and having them both briefly dance for us. We heard that George Clooney would be in Venice doing a series of press conference's about his recent wedding while we would be there, and thought that if we could get close enough, perhaps he would also do a little jig for us as well. Just after lunch whilst on a tour in Venice, a limousine pulled up near St Marks Square and ...
... sea water, comes right up to the walkways in many places, and we saw today that many buildings have lower floors that are no longer habitable....we think we remember hearing that it's because the islands are sinking...or something like that! Surprisingly, we have never smelled mildew...or fish odor....that really surprises me.
So....there are no cars, and the buildings have been put up so seemingly haphazardly that the entire city is like a macabre maze....and there are very ...
... ones. But I did feel obligated to wet my feet in a new sea. Later on the lido I felt very snobbish about tourists as I snubbed eating at a place that had in small print 'producto sugelato' frozen pizza in Italy?? No thanks. I watched tourists tucking in and felt a bit ...
... with bunk beds, and not much room for luggage. There was a very small bath with a shower built for a midget. I fit perfectly, Doug struggled a bit. Surprisingly, it was hot with decent water pressure. We both slept pretty well considering the frequent stops during the night. Breakfast was a cup of apple sauce, liver pate, and bread.... Interesting. We boarded a 6:30 AM train to Stuttgart. Next Stop: Boden Boden, ...
... worth while. There are now only the four of us left for the remaining disorganised section to Lucca (for a week), Rome and Shanghai.
Disorganisation is my forte so it should go well.
Our tour around the old Venetian palace and the Basilica of St Mark was worth its weight in gold and several tons of it lined the ceilings and walls of these buildings. Yesterday was spent searching the shops ...