Panoramic Hotel Plaza
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... in Maori, often just speaking the words from the national anthem. It amuses her, Craig cringes. But it works. Eg 'E ihowa atua o nga iwi maatoraa etc ' We have geographically oriented to Venice surprisingly quickly and luckily during our stay here we'd encounter just one person who didn't speak English - though our contact was with people in service jobs. We saw again the Canadian couple from last night and shared experiences and what to do. On returning ...
... the fish as she'd heard the fish on Burano was good. She ended up having a pizza with mixed fish on it but it was most disappointing she said.......hardly any fish on it!! I opted for spag Bol after Andrew said his was so nice last night....another disappointment; it was a bit dry. The boys had a delicious looking pizza which they said was good! We walked around all the little calle (laneways) and into the ...
... were 15 minutes outside of it by bus, so that same day we decided to venture into Venice! We got a ticket and hopped on a bus and waited till we crossed a bridge (knowing Venice is an island) and got off where there was lots of people! We asked a man if we were there and he said cross that bridge and you will be! We crossed the bridge and from that moment on we had absolutely no idea where we were and trying to figure that out was next ...
The clouds hadn't lifted this morning; in fact we now had steady rain as we drove to Venice. We arrived at 10.30 and boarded a launch that took us around to St Marks Square. We were all huddled inside, wet umbrellas abounded, trying to catch a glimpse of Venice through wet and foggy windows- not a promising start! We met our local guide who explained that due to the combination of rain and a exceptionally high tide, St Marks Square was flooded and so ...
... information as we went. All through Venice they have taps that constantly run providing free drinking water. Ben asked the guide, 'Do you think they will ever but a tap on it so it only flows when it's needed?' The guide responded, 'No, that is the way it's always been, it will stay that way' I think that sums up Italy pretty well. We learnt that it was illegal to have statues in the streets of Venice, due to the size of the streets it's not practical. ...