Albergo La Meridiana
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... down, a gondola rounded a corner complete with an Italian singer, guitarist and of course customary gondolier. Did you know Gondolas are actually asymmetrical in shape to allow for the weight of the gondolier standing on one side of the boat??! Anyhow, I digress! We noticed that every one of the paying passengers had an iPad or iPhone and were busy holding them at arm’s length, snapping randomly. Not one took a blind bit of notice of the serenade which seemed sad in a ...
... whether it was sitting
there sadly going round and round waiting for me J
The first flight was 12 hours. I watched a couple of movies:
11 years a slave, ? ? Long walk to Freedom??? I felt quite motion sick toward
the end and although they offered 4 rounds of food, I wasn’t feeling like
eating much. I tried to doze for about an hour but didn’t feel that rested. Sat
next to a nice couple from Auckland who were on their way ...
... so these sneaky ones are all dodgy looking:
... Louis had tuna tartare and a pasta dish of the day. Joyce had carbonara…which Louis finished up for her.
While Day 13 (Friday) proved to be an excellent day, there was an event which shall be designated as the “Padova incident”. Sorry to keep you in suspense but time does not permit a full telling of the details at this time. Well you might have guessed that the Tyler’s, Thib’s and Seals’ took a side trip ...
... the familiar corner where we had departed from and the ride was over. Before we went for the gondola ride we went to see two traditional Venetian demonstrations. The first was a lace demonstration. Lace making is a dying art, with only a handful of lacemakers in the profession today compared to thousands a century ago. It was very informative. The lady showed us how they use layers of butchers paper to draw and then stitch the outline, then fill ...