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... and float lazily down some canals and it's like a different time. Our gondolier would point out some places of interest as we went and was happy to chat and told us that a new gondola cost about 30-40k. The trip was about 40 minutes and was just right, we all got to enjoy it and it was short enough that the girls didn't get bored. When we got off we walked to the Piazza San Marco and picked up some lunch and sat on the steps around the square as ...
... the Port authorities we went and had a quick lunch so that we were ready to go ashore once the ship and her passengers had been cleared.
The heat of the sun beat down on the vast amount of concrete that surrounds the port and with cars, taxis, trucks and numerous other transport vying for position to undertake their particular tasks, we worked our way to the People Mover which is a monorail that takes you to Piazza Roma.
Once there ...
... per 24 hours for a couple of days now, if that.
To back up.... I was awake at 3/4 am last night and could not go back to sleep. I finally got in the shower and started getting ready. Kamie was awake by 6 am. We had breakfast at the hotel at 7am (along with the other jet lagged Americans) and we took the train to Venice before 9am. A white sheet of fog was the only view from the train in this morning. The fog finally ...
... is very close to the cruise terminal albeit across a couple of large bodies of water. We purchased a ticket for the Vaporetto at the airport but being unfamiliar with the Vaporetto system we ask in Piazza le Roma about where to find the departure point and how to tell which direction boats are going in. We are pointed toward a boat that is going roughly in the right direction and after some confusion trying to talk to an Italian with no knowledge ...
... are going to walk back into town and see what we can see before we must be back on board at noon.
We had talked about wanting to travel Europe together since before we were married, but with me being in school and not working full time, it just never really happened. Then in 2008, Mer's family took us on a cruise. We never thought of ourselves as cruisers, but we were really surprised at how much we enjoyed it. A big part of that was ...