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Up early again today, now off to Venice. Caught the train, about 2 1/2 hours away. Found out that someone had fallen on the train tracks the day before from our station at Parma and got squished. Not nice, but these things do fly, and if they not stopping at the station, they blow their horn, and zoom on by. Well Venice was as I remembered it from 20 years earlier, but there were many many more people. After reading and re reading and ...
From the Bridge:
The Princess rounded Tainaro Point in the early hours of the morning and headed again into the Ionian Sea. We travelled through the day towards the Strait of Otranto and into the Adriatic Sea.
Tony and I had a few Vodkas with lemon so a sleep-in was greatly appreciated. I actually like the sea days as there is no pressure to go ashore and see a place you may never visit again!
The highlight of this day was ...
... It's a long uneventful bus trip. We leave at 8am & arrive at the camping jolly village drop off point just before 5pm. The bus drives through some beautiful Austrian countryside & the first drop off is in Wildschonau valley. We get 25mins for a break. Take some photos, watch some paragliders & visit a local store for a drink. In the store I turn around & find Grant holding arm of a mannequin. Completely surprised that it somehow came off as he walked ...
Today was my birthday, I have now been on the Earth for 43 years, yikes! But I had a terrific day because I got to strike something off my bucket list, which was to have a ride in a gondola in Venice. I know that people say it's cheaper to take a vaporetto ride down the Grand Canal, but I don't think anything can beat riding down the small inner canals on a gondola. It's peaceful AND quiet, not two words that ...
... down to bathers! The bar were in-between service periods. So instead of food we got some beers, followed by a bottle of wine and then discovered the 'buckets' of cocktails. So safe to say by the time dinner rolled round it was a bit of a drunken blur for us all...it was tasty however. Up early, not early enough to make it in time for breakfast (the number of breakfasts we've sacrificed for sleep!) so settled for yoghurt, we didn't have any spoons so opted for biscotti to scoop it! We ...