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The bag is going well. Dragged it through Venice peak hour traffic (Venice has no cars so I'm talking about people) Venice does have stairs and bridges. So the bags goes up the stairs over the bridge and down the stairs. On to a ferry. Off a ferry. On to a bus. Off a bus and 200 meters down the road to our hotel and it's bloody good. I leave wazza for dead with his old dinosaur of a suitcase. The travel pods are perfect. I open ...
... have enjoyed having the “security” of having most of our arrangements handled by the cruise company and our tour guides. Tomorrow, we are on our own again, as we make our way to Salzburg. We need to catch a 9:30am bus that will take us halfway to a town called Villach and then we connect with a train for the second half of the trip. We have a 25 minute window between the bus arriving and the train leaving. What could go wrong?
We’ll let you know ...
... slept in. Then I looked up, oh, there's my bed. A pull down about two feet from the ceiling. I put the sheets on my bed and went to reception to request a blanket because they forgot to leave one for me. Couldn't get in and out of my bed without help from my roommates. It would have been nice to know that there was a ladder for the bed in the side closet next to the other beds. I also ...
... the same!
Key West is where the man hung out,
Just one man and his dog,
He might have written a lot of stuff,
But he never wrote a blog!
It's not that easy to write in verse,
As everybody knows,
I'll never 'Wander lonely as a cloud'
I'd better stick to prose!!!
This is our 10th cruise and not to get stale and in danger of repeating myself, I was striving to keep things fresh and different hence ...
... Gondola, gondoli, gondola!' The way they maneuvered the gondolas down the canals and passed each other was really quite something to behold. All the tiny streets are filled with shops, food places and galleries. There were some beautiful Venetian mask places where the hand made the papier mâché masks and they were all so gorgeous. I don't know what I was expecting but I was completely won over by Venice. I loved absolutely everything about ...