Relais Le Betulle
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... the gondola with us seem like really nice people and we had a chat and laugh with them as we meandered our way round the smaller canals. Back to dry land and an hour to spend in St Mark's square, very beautiful particularly at night with all the lights giving a soft ethereal glow, (for the Blenheim locals St Marks has the pointy bell tower pictured on the mural on the wall in Rocco's Restaurant). The evening only spoilt by the pushy vendors every two ...
... to the train station - this was an interesting path through the residential areas. You couldn't get lost as there was a long stream of pedestrian traffic. Am getting pretty organised with the vaporetto - knew which one and which platform to go to - was even able to assist some other tourists. Strolled up to small restaurant along the canal for dinner. Was seated next to an couple about 10 yrs older and they were having a deep and meaning conversation about their relationship ...
... outskirts of the island and dropped them all off. Fisherman went on with their lives, loading up their boats with gear and heading out to sea. Some even cautiously rode their vessels into the heart of the island to sell their products straight from the boat onto the streets where customers jostled one another to gain position to buy plump tomatoes, bright lettuces and pungent fish.
The next stop on the line was Murano, famous for ...
... like they were getting louder. They were actually playing while going down the canal to their next location and were urging people to follow them down. It was awesome! We feel like we've seen most of the city now but still have another 1.5 days here. It was so hot today that we think we're going to head out to Lido beach tomorrow and just hang out. The water won't be nearly as beautiful as cinque terre but at least it'll help us stay ...
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The sailaway from Venice was just amazing to see. An incredible, unique city which must be visited. Each morning we woke up to a different destination. On our first day, we docked in Bari, Italy and Ross and I went ashore to have a look around. The young'uns decided to investigate the ship and settle in (probably with the drinks package). We met up later in the day and were full of chatter about our day. For dinner ...