- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... navigation starts to take us the slower way to Gravedona where we will spend the night. We have an unexpected trip through Switzerland. It is a delightful surprise. We stop at Lugano which is a Swiss town with its own lake. After a delightful lunch of Rosti, we head to a shop that sells among other things chocolate and Swiss Army knives. Where else do you buy Swiss Army knives and chocolate. Having stocked up on the essential things in life we continue North, back into ...
... and the apartment door was like, across my backyard distance away, if they stuck their head out the window, we could hear them. I decided to try this orange drink I had seen everyone having, called a spritz. It is prosecco (sparkly white wine) and aperol, some orange liquor. Mark had a beer. Well, the spritz was not so good... Kind of... I don't know weird. I did not like it. It came with a slice of orange in it, and an olive (weird). Anyway, we were really tired, so ...
... telling us about the sights as we went along. One thing I noticed was that the drivers of the gondolas are very muscly as they are literally just paddling the boat full of people, no motors! We went to a lace demonstration in a lace school which is one of the few left in venice. The lady told us there used to be about 6000 lace makers in Venice but now there is only about 500. We got shown some pieces ...
... this is when I find out what the funny looking bench things that where every where when in arrived yesterday. They are walk ways and the siren I heard was to worn everyone the square was flooding. In places it was up to ones knees. It continued to rain all day making it hard to get around. But I managed. Having dinner in a little bar I got chatting to a couple of Americans and a few drinks to many later I headed for ...
... trinkets on the island of Murano and simply soaking up the beauty of the scenery on Burano, another island in the Lagoon of Venice, where the houses are painted in wonderful saturated colours...one house per colour it seems
I was going to summarise the highlights of the holiday to date but have decided that this would require some organising, so will procrastinate it.