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... is TRUE. They are all here in a smallish campervan and are they are not only in good health but also good spirits.
Today we went to Venice. The highlights were the trip in the gondola and buying masks. We went to one stall to buy some white (colour your own) masks. €5 each. We started to haggle. If we buy 4 can we have a discount? "I pay €4 for them the man said. "Ok" we thought, bought them quite happily until we saw ...
... had dinner with the others and stayed on chatting until about 10:00. I was watching in amusement as the Argentinian guy (who speaks no English) was trying to flirt with the girl from Perth (who had no interest in him at all and was utterly unaware of his efforts). She says, "never trust a Latino"! Apparently he had bought a bottle of Champagne and it was in his room (I think- from what was translated by the Peruvian) and was hinting to her multiple times that she could ...
... glass of bubbles as we traversed the Italian countryside. I couldn’t help but admire the rolling green hills and vibrant fertile valleys. Cutting through long tunnels and breaking out of the darkness to be greeted by massive blue skies and stunning little villages, I was captivated throughout the journey.
As we pulled into Santa Lucia Station in Venice the serenity of the countryside soon gave way to utter chaos. The Vaporetto (water buses) were ...
... of GPS technology to John/Dale, technology let us down. Oh well, we just followed the paper technology - ie the map - and we soon arrived at Venice. After filling the car up with gas at a cash only self service gas pump (if you fill up before all the cash value of gas is dispensed, too bad!), we then dropped the car off at the huge car-park as the Maggiore/National car rental agency is closed on Sundays.
Then we took the vaporetto - water bus - down the Grand Canal ...
... continued on to St Marks Square.
The square was huge and after an obligatory video of the 100’s of pigeons flapping around we joined the line for St Marks Basilica. Covering shoulders and knees we wandered around the huge church. Churches all smell the same I have noticed, it doesn’t matter where you are in the world, there is a distinctive church smell. It was very dark and almost dingy in this church and you had to pay two or three euro ...