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... vegetable soup. I spent $2 to go to the WC and was wondering when I was in the cubicle why there was no urinal? You have probably guessed that... yes I was in the W's rather than the M's. Oh well such is life and no one was there to see me!! It has been raining here since about 1pm but there is little wind so it is not a real problem. So tomorrow we have time to have a repack and checkout at 12 and make our way to the cruise port. We can check in from 3pm. Today is ...
... was a tug of war going on between history and tourism and they didn't know how to fix it. Suitcases EVERYWHERE!
Anyhow.. on our second day we took it slower and took more of it in. Went to the square. Drank our cheap beers because... we could. Ate some pasta in a little restaurant. Watched the people enjoy the city like we were. We walked through the Piazza San Marco admiring the amazing architecture. We never really noticed this type of thing in the ...
... had ruined things like wine and balsamic vinegar by commercializing them. But it was in good taste.
Soon, he was off, as were we, in search of other comforts. For him, it was a party being thrown at home. For us, it was A/C. And here we are, candle-and,-otherwise-lit, with heart shaped pieces of ice (another story for another day), not ever deterred in our commitment to grand pilgrimages abroad.
... Phoebe has perked up a bit this afternoon, but is now feverish again- and I am kicking myself for not keeping up on the Pamol... I am a slow learner, obviously!
In the meantime, Daryl and Harrison aren't too good either- but at least they are not complaining, and seem to be coping OK.
So, it has been a pretty horrendous day.
We are just trying to get better for the long flight to Bangkok tomorrow afternoon......
... are also buried here, and there is a large section for military dead as well. I would like to post some photos for you all to see, but taking photos inside the cemetery gates was forbidden. We thought it was poor taste to ignore the sign, so if you want to see what it was like, go to Venice.
By and by another water taxi showed up to take us to Murano. The water taxis are interesting machines; they look a bit like an elongated, taller version of a canal boat. They protest loudly ...