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... covering almost every square inch of the walls and ceilings. Although you are not allowed to take pictures inside, everyone was. I am a strict rule-follower, however, I snapped a few sneaky shots (living life on the edge). You can also visit the dungeons, which are considerably less well decorated….
We decided to splurge and go out for dinner during our stay. We found a little pizzeria and enjoyed pizza and wine, which I feel is a must-do on ...
... a Venetian mask to put on the wall when we get home so we walked to a shop nearby and she is now the proud owner of 2 masks. The man who runs the shop also makes them there. We saw his little workshop and he explained to us how the masks are made.
Back home now and we will soon do a clean up and pack the cases ready for the train ride to Roma in the morning.
... up most of our day. We also had a walk around one of the town's markets. Our second day we spent taking the ferries between all the different towns and walking around them. When we got back to the campsite there were people running around like crazy and eventually we found out a guy had got his leg caught in a jet ski motor cord. We went to see if we could help but there were a fair few people there and the ambulance was on its way. The next day we drove from Lake Como to ...
... so expensive. Anyway, after we got to spend the whole day venturing around the beautiful streets of Venice the guy picked us up in his band van and off we went with our fingers crossed we'd be fine. They took us to their home, showed us their recording studio, and took us out for some drinks. Hands down some of the greatest boys I've ever hung out with. They were all so nice! I don't understand why they were so ...
... buried in the garden here with her many beloved dogs.
We finished off our exploring with the traditional gondola ride through the canals and and an Italian dinner. Pasta and Chianti naturally.
Lots of wonderful moments experienced and memories created.
Ken's highlight...gelato on the Grand Canal.
Paul's...people watching whist partaking of a chilled refresher during happy hour
Tomorrow we cruise...whoo ...