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Venezia! Today we had our day in Venice. What an amazing place! After breakfast we caught a boat into the old city, and were taking on a walking tour of some of the main sights, and we learnt some of the history of this incredible city. We had already gotten a lot of information from Zach. Each day on the bus he gives us a talk all about the place were going to, including a pretty comprehensive look at the history of the area. It's always ...
... had a lovely outdoor courtyard with big shady trees. Of course being in Vienna, one of us had to have a schnitzel! From there, we wandered around the Schonnbrunn Palace gardens for the afternoon. The gardens are amazing, and range from formal settings to original forest. We strolled through shady avenues until we reached the formal gardens, then up the hill to the Gloriette with its ...
... end of the tour and we were pleased to report that we enjoyed the two tours. Lunchtime, so it was off to Vienna's best sausage stall where we each ordered a meal. Mine was a traditional sausage in a bread roll. Annette's a cheese sausage on a plate. They were delicious, I ended up eating half of Annette's as she wasn't keen on the cuisine. Some people just don't know what they are missing out on!
In compensation for ...
... eventually got the villagers card in one round and got killed by the Maffir, we all cheered even though he was just an innocent villager in that round. The narrator gave him a gruesome death of 'slipping on a slice of pizza' given his heritage. I somehow never survived the second round in the game! I was frustrated that the Maffir always killed me off either in the first or the second round!
We also played tirades which ...
... Hippies Use Side Door' - an ode to the American 60's revolution. I found it interesting... and confusing. Note: I'll be the first to admit that I don't get off on this type of thing. Maybe I never evolved to 'understand' certain types of art; but, I can appreciate the value of it, and I'm sure it added some 'culture' to my life. I know I can be very... pragmatic and symmetrical, rather than abstract and theoretical. All in all, I'm glad ...