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... in the Beverley Hillbillies! It helped though. It was so hot that we resorted to putting the bottle of red wine in a bucket of water to cool down to a more pleasant temperature. As we checked in, we were invited to go to a tasting session for wine and olive oil at the nearby Il Conventino estate. We were a bit dubious at first since we were told that there was no charge despite inclusion of a substantial amount of food. Naturally, the intention is to get you ...
... let go of this chance and took our photographs too !!
From there we made our journey towards the apartment and on the way saw Madonna Della Salute Church and the different alleys, canals and bridges of Venice... apparently there are about 400+bridges in Venice as informed to us by the Gondola person.
The day ended much too quickly and we are now set to make our trip to the next destination -Rome.
See you all in Rome !!
Thursday the 26th
September – Away at 7.30am in
drizzle which softened the view, sometimes to a point of
invisibility, towards Innsbrook via Bavaria's Munchin – I think a
prettier name than Munich. We had scenery which was hard to
photograph from the coach due to rain drops on the windows but which
was flat to rolling hills, lovely farmland and forest with buildings
fitted to the area. We usually lunch at service ...
Today I asked Jodi: "Do you know what they call the visually impaired here?" "No, what?" She queried. "Venetian blinds" ... Pure off the cuff, classic comedy genius that is. The level of comedy must have been too high brow though as it didn't receive the laughs it deserved. This morning we slept till 9am, so almost a full 12 hour sleep. We were tired! It was a beautiful sunny day so we got up and had our ...
... variance between people. The power of church and politics here so indelibly linked. That your status was created through the miracle and chance of birth. You would either be giving or receiving orders, or taking orders (ecclesiastical or otherwise). Definitely awestruck being here Following On the theme of politics we went to the Doge's Palace where the rule and politic of this area took place. There was stark contrast between the ornate grand rooms with even ...