- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... At least us old people get drunk, noisy and tired and pass out all in a much shorter time frame! We had our first onshore excursion tonight, a gondola ride down the canals. Met up with our tour party and headed back into the hustle and bustle of Venice. We had actually been quite clever the day before (purely by accident of course) and wandered about the other part of the island so didn't feel like we were repeating ourselves. Gondolas are a bit wobbly ...
... of glass shops with signs about their glass not being cheap imitation Chinese glass. Monday 20 I crossed the Rialto bridge which reminded me of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence - where there are shops lining the bridge. The bridge was full of tourists - taking pics of the grand canal, taking selfies, just pondering over the view, window shopping, meeting and chatting with others. You wouldn't want to be in a hurry to cross it. From here I navigated the maze of street to Santa Maria ...
... I could visit every inch of the city, including the well-known islands just 20-30 minutes outside the main city.
I first rode out to the island of Lido, where all I knew is that there would be a beach. I walked to said beach and, as it was still before 8am, it was completely deserted. The sand was fluffed and stamped with bird tracks, waiting patiently for the beach-goers to arrive and toss it up for the day. After a quick walk ...
... at 8 we had been out for 9.5 hours, most of that walking time. We're exhausted! We stopped for a beer or a gelato every few hours, coordinating purchases with bathroom needs. We even had to get fries at McDonald's because there wasn't much in sight and we really needed a stop! And just like that, Nate's 15 year streak of not eating McDonald's is down the drain. :) Dinner was just ok. The food here is really expensive and so far we're not ...
You'll all know that we're home now, well rested and ready to resume normal life for a while before the next adventure. I thought we should finish this chapter with our last week spent on a mediterranean cruise ship.
We spent a great night in Venice revisiting the squares (or campos) that we found last visit, we even found the pub with cheap happy hour cocktails, had pizza for dinner of course and home for the night. ...