Hotel La Forcola
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... musical so for old time sake I wound up the display model and sure enough that plink plonk melodic sound so familiar to these type of musical contraptions started with that same old Italian favourite traditional ditty from all those years ago: ‘Tulips from Amsterdam!!’ Still more minor bridges and canals to cross. Standing on one of these bridges we heard the distant and very distinct sound of a guitar and melodic singing. ‘o’ sole ...
Up early to catch the 10.10am flight to Auckland. John
dropped me at the airport, checked that my bags weighed in at exactly 23kgs and
although the cabin bag was 8.3kg I slung it over my shoulder casually and got
through the gates for the first flight.
There was only a 1hour 50 gap to the first long haul flight
at 1.00pm on Thai air to Bangkok. I spent the time wondering if I had been
meant to pick up my bag off the domestic ...
... the church is remarkable and reflects great wealth...no photos ...
... to a gondola fabrication and repair yard and a very scrumptious lunch including finishing with an espresso with a good shot of grappa. Following lunch Sara and the Tyler’s headed to the Coop Market at P. Roma for a little grocery shopping while Roger went to the train station to meet Joyce and Louis who were arriving from Rome at about 335 pm. That evening the Thibs and Seals had a G&T at 5 pm followed by a nice dinner at the nearby ...
... ways to some houses along with an explanation that every house also has a garden entrance at the front for pedestrian access and nobody lives on the bottom floor owing to the sheer frequency of flooding. As we (floated?) along the Grand Canal, which is essentially the main street of Venice, we got a great view of the Rialto Bridge, and pontificated over the traffic rules while we watched some larger motorized boats pass us by. All too soon we ...