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... in Boston I got so lost with Marianne years ago that I thought we might not get to Carolyn's wedding, This was close, and of course we could' not remember the name of the hotel. Uh oh. Happy ending, lessons learned. The food , the food , the food. From the simple panini to the seafood risotto , it is all so well done. On the other hand the guy covering Country Roads on the guitar in English with a strong accent did not quite pull it off. They say Venice is ...
... top. It was used to signal the sailors.
On the second day we went down the grand canal on a vaporetto. This is a water bus. On the third day we caught a vaporetto to Burano. At Burano there were lots of colourful houses along a canal and mum bought lots of glass. The next island we went to was Murano. They are famous for glass blowing. We watched some people blow, one big and one ...
... left and right before us, with a domed cathedral across the water rising high above the countless tourists and Venetians milling about. Truthfully, we had no idea where exactly it was that we were, much less where we were to be heading to find our Airbnb apartment. So, like all good tourists, we stopped in at the tourism booth and purchased a map. Not really helpful I must admit. Venice is a dense maze of narrow footpaths and waterways, a map of which is about as helpful as ...
... going to be young or old. When the bus arrived we saw there were a lot of older people, not elderly but definitely older than us! It was a bit of a shock as we were hoping it would be young people, at least a mixture! Luckily there were quite a few leaving in Venice and more people getting on who turned out to be much closer to our age. We met an American couple and a couple of kiwi ladies travelling together and a young kiwi guy. They were good fun so we felt a bit better. We decided ...
... that led us through the maze. When we got to the Grand Canal at an area called Rialto It started raining so hard that people huddled under anything for cover, and there were lots of people. Thank God for planning ahead. Our raincoats, which you have and will continue to see us wearing, were just what we needed. They kept us dry and our smartwool sweaters kept us warm. The pizza shop guy, all the standing and waiting in the rain made us hungry, told us he had not seen cold and ...
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