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... making for terribly slippery conditions.
Most of the time the bike held its feet but occasionally it went into a spin and the back end skipped all over the place. Thanks to the extremely gentle delivery and controllable power output of this little V-twin Honda engine it is quite easy to control the slip and keep the bike under control.
Some of the ice patches were worse than others and on one occasion I stopped and walked up the hill ahead just to find the ...
Before we started week 2 of our cruise we had a port day back in Venice to off-load most of the passengers and gain some fresh faces. We used the opportunity to go ashore and shop! Also used free internet at a little cafe (cost us a snack and coffee).
The rest of the week was much the same as the previous week, same menu, same shows (only 2 different acts) and the same jokes, though we did not complain when we had to attend
another “repeat ...
... that the gondola was incredibly steady during its crossing despite it traversing the wake of the Vaporetti (water buses)
From there it was a leisurely walk back to our hotel where we picked up our luggage and set off to join the ship via the monorail from Piazzala Roma, known as the People Mover.
The MSC Orchestra carries a maximum of 3,013 passengers. I think all of them must have decided to check in at the same time!! In the arrivals hall we ...
... another sidewalk trattoria and then grabbed another ice cream before heading back to the hotel to call it a night. Nikki and I did go out for a walk after dark so we could see the streets of Venice after the sun went down.Tomorrow is going to be a long day. We have a 10.5 hour flight to Atlanta, followed by a 2 hour layover and then a 4 hour flight to Salt Lake.
This has been a great trip and we are both happy and sad to see it ...
... all the way so didn't spend too much time going over our tracks. Had another spaghetti meal but it was not quite as good. Took heaps of photos and we were really impressed with Venice. There is a bloke on the ship named Bill, who sits up at the Oasis bar. He is very, very big and he always likes to give his opinion about things. We were looking out at Venice and he pointed out a 'bridge' that went from Venice to Italy. I said we are ...