Residenza Grandi Vedute
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... in tears as she needed to get on the train but because it was full the conductor wouldn't allow her on. The Italians say "Eh! Quest e la vita!" it takes 2 hours to get into Venice. David, Missy, Heather and Shar get off at Verona and will meet us in Venice tomorrow. Poor Heather isn't feeling the best.
We arrive in Venice and Silvana, Emily and Anthony's faces light up with delight. It's great to see that they find this old majestic ...
... island ok)
Ahhhh now where was I, ah yes. We all walked into town.
It was really hot like as hot as Australia.
After awhile we got to the main square.
I saw that it was where Assassin's Creed number 2 was made.
I told Mum and Dad about it and we took some photos.
We went into the church and the roof was made out of little tiles there was so much.
... enabling us full view of, not only the stage, but also of the orchestra pit and the audience. What a splendid sight! The theatre is decorated in dark pink velvet & gold brocade with crystal chandeliers, candle-like lights, gilt and gold filigree and painted frescoes.
I waited in anticipation for the opera to begin, imagining Violetta, the Parisian courtesan, ...
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 ...
... good with their masks! And we had free wine, again! I'm really growing on the red wine. We had an antipasti entree with cheese and cold meats which was delicious! Then we had some tomato and cheese bread thing which was followed by an array of seafood. Then just as we were getting full we had FOUR types of pasta brought out to each table! Carbonara, Bologna, Pesto and Gnocchi! It was like we had our 9 meals! Followed by ice cream for dessert. It was one of the biggest feasts!! So so ...