Holiday La Marca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the oldest cafe in Venice, dating back to 1720. Annissa had tea and I had a limoncelo. We both indulged on an assortment of Italian biscuits. After a bit of wandering around, we decided to have an early night.
Saturday was a perfect day and I got up early to catch some good photos with the morning light. Although the square was mostly empty, there were photographers all over. I came across a group that appeared to be ...
... d wear his All Black top tomorrow night. Ang's version = Venice very beautiful iPhone pics do it no justice - my pics taken during day won't upload but are a lot better than what I have put on here for today's blog - will upload once wifi on my phone is working - so u have what Craig takes where he always insists on me being in pic - I'd actually prefer not to be in them as Venice is so picturesque - anyway will get better ones up soon - I think my phone ...
... they both loved it. Ick. The kids were rolling all over like maniacs, so I busted out the mini soccer ball and they went in to the alley to kick around. They came running back in once since some lady was yelling at them, but then they went back out. It was so nice to be with people who knew what to do and spoke Italian! Well we see a little glass jewelry store so Milena pops right and I of course follow her! We start shopping for jewelry, she got a really awesome necklace and I ...
... the people warm and obliging. Again- everything is beautiful- the shops, the restaurants, the hotels, the sights the clothes people wear and the food.
Cycling was fun. Lori was a little trepidatious about cycling near European drivers but was pleasantly surprised by how mellow it was. We scarcely had any traffic and found the strada bianca or white gravel roads great fun.
Venice was also ...
... or not you hit rocks". It was hilarious in person and I know I just can't get it across by describing it. He also explained the difference between a Skipper and a Captain with a photo of a dock. See the little yachts and sailboats, this is a skipper, see these buses? these have bus drivers, see these ferries? They have beginner captains. See these big cruise ships? They have captains... Don't ever call me skipper! This was followed by ...