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... us in the semi finals against France. Will be a good game. Again love the atmosphere, and all the kids after the game want autographs, photographs and even asking Mitch for his socks, shirt and shorts. Lol. They love the kiwis. A lot of local adults were wearing the All Blacks shirts as well. Awesome. Left Viadana around 10:30pm and got home around 1am... Um.... Got ...
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 ...
... insist we should try it out during our stay! After a lovely cool shower we head into the small suburb & find a pub for dinner. The hotel said restaurants only open at 7pm for dinner. We are starving as we were so busy rushing around to see Venice we ended up eating two gelatos each for lunch from different stands. The best one was meringue mousse. Literally like eating meringue before it's cooked, fluffy as a cloud, sweet & ...
... to figure out where to walk from there. We wandered aimlessly into Venice, moving with the flow of tourists past coffee shops, over canals, through gondoliers convincing us to drop 80 Euro on a 30 minute gondola ride, and ignoring street vendors selling silly putty balls that splats when it hits the ground then magically reforms its shape, or knock-off Louis Vuitton handbags. We left the main walkway to get away from the tourists, turned left here, right there, ...
... are performing Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), a comic opera in five scenes which they perform in three different grand rooms in the palace. Technically pretty much all of the impressive buildings that line the Grand Canal are palaces. Although this one is somewhat down at heel it is the real deal, and artful lighting and a very refined routine make up for what it lacks in spit and polish. We are greeted canal-side and pointed through the courtyard ...