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... boat in his socks, talk on the phone and have a smoke while he casually pushed us of this wall and that. We even went down the grand canal where the motor boats were - it's like a bloody highway there, but they are masters of steering, so that there was somehow no movement at all from wash from other boats. Don't ask me how they do it. After the gondola was free time for the rest of the day. A group of us then ventured off to find some food, we then spent ...
... a table open outside. Took our seats and were told that dinner did not start until 6:30 but in the meantime the waiter brought us an appetizer of sliced tomato, mozzarello, grilled veggies with bread. All very nice to say nothing of all the great people watching.
Dinner was steak for Laura and fish for Robert. Back to Calle dei Preti for a last glass of wine, some blogging and laughing as we got ready for our new adventure.
... day then had pizza and beer at the restaurant there for €7.50 each, sat by the pool for a while and got a bottle of wine and played some cards, then met an Australian guy who sat with us for a while, then decided to play a drinking game so got another couple of bottles of wine and invited 3 others over (2 boys and a girl from Ireland) and chatted/danced with them til about 1am then went back to the tent, ready for sightseeing ...
... walk, tending flowers on their balcony, boating down the canal with construction scaffolding). After supper, strolled the 5 km return route to San Marco to see the square & Basilica at nite. Rec'd an email from Chiesa Santa Susanna yesterday advising that our request to attend the Pope's General Audience on Apr 24 has been ...
... on. Too bad I was only there for the day. Venice by night must be amazing.
The main square, Saint Mark’s, is a square to remember. Not just for the beautiful church that it contains but for the sheer number of people in it at once. The equivalent of the city’s population must be inside the square during the heat of midday, I couldn’t believe it. I wish I had it all to myself. The whole overcrowded ...