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... and what not, which gave rise to this loathing. The kayaking was quite surreal. Normally, all you really have to watch for is a pod of playful seals or large schools of fish when your paddling about but Venice is the Premier League when it comes to waterborne dangers...as Jages and I found out the hard way, experiencing water rage first hand to a rather upset Italian that had to idle behind us for a good 200 metres. So ...
... Remember also that this was the time in history when churches and their benefactors often paid big money for Religious relics. Aged relic making was big business at this time. Many churches have relics from this time that they will not subject to scientific examination for fear of finding out that they have a fake. The Shroud of Turin is one such example of an apparent relic that has been proven to be not as old as ...
... have her 3rd coffee for the day. It's very Italian to drink your coffee standing up at the bar (also half the price). It's a pity I don't like espresso shots as I was at the bar quite a while drinking my cafe latte. (Oh yes in Italian, latte means milk, so don't order a latte otherwise you'll get a glass of steamed milk, I remember playing tricks with this on Dad last time in Italy!) It was so good seeing my sister again, ...
... The water taxi ride was on an open boat this time and was just as wonderful as it is always nice to see the scenery from the water.
We had received an email the night before the cruise from the cruise company letting us know about a protest at the port against the cruise ships and their damage to the local ecosystem. Because of it, we were urged to arrive earlier and by water taxi only, so as a result Brittany and I rolled in at ...
... dress in red and white with the little hats! We followed the road straight ending up walking down the very expensive shopping street with stores like Prada, Channel, LV and Gucci. The window displays are amazing, most of them featuring the latest shoes! After browsing we ended up in San Marco Square. Considering all the churches we have seen on this trip, I have to say this is the one I really wanted to see. The reason for that is its story. Basically in 828 AD two venetian ...