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... we tipped him well.
After queuing forever at the MSC terminal we were checked in....and it all went downhill from there. We went to our allocated cabin on Deck 8...uh what? We booked 3 cruises with MSC and we get given the poverty deck? Then we went out onto our balcony to find no view only the life boats! Uh I don't book rooms with obstructive views. When we spoke with reception they advised MSC do not classify our room as having an obstructive ...
... moved the academy to its present local, and the collection was greatly enlarged by works of art from churches and monasteries Napoleon suppressed.
There are over twenty rooms displaying art more or less in chronological order. Needless
to say the number of pictures of Christ from Madonna and child to the Crucifixion numbs the mind. In some of the rooms, the ceilings and floors were spectacular. We could have stayed for days but a ...
... we realised that nearly everyone takes **** photos! In the end we gave up asking and all our best photos were selfies – well done right arm!
After lunch we found a quiet spot to just relax and watch the world go by. We sat on a junction where two narrow canals meet and it was great watching the gondola’s navigate the low bridges and sharp turns without hitting each other. I take my boater hat off to ...
... we stocked up on food to have at the apartment, and enjoyed some Chianti by the water. Returning our wine glasses to the shop where we had gotten the wine, we noticed a couple local craft beers in their fridge, and of course had to try one of them - Birrificio del Golfo's IPA - to end the evening. To our surprise, after days of rain being predicted, we woke up to sunshine Friday morning with the rain having passed over overnight. We went ahead and had the lazy morning at ...
... we talked it over it all made sense as deliveries, service repairmen, individual boat owners, taxis and vaporettos were all sharing the canals going about the business of the day. Everything truly had to come and go by boat. We saw garbage boats, boats delivering sheets to the hotels and everything in between going up and down the canals.