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We also saw a lot of stores with signs saying “50% fake” and then the rest of
the wording in Italian. We thought it was odd to advertise that the Murano
glass and Venetian masks being sold were fake, so we translated the rest of the
sign (thanks Google) and apparently it was warning against other shops selling
fakes. Fake items being sold in Venice is a huge issue for the local artisans,
who are losing income and their trades, which are being ...
... the water and caught a water bus to the Rialto Bridge and walked across it and found a nice bar next to the bridge where we could sit outside and take in the atmosphere which was intoxicating. We caught a water bus to Lido an island off the main part of Venice. It was the trip back to Venice where things went a bit off course. I'm told reliably that it was my fault but will not confirm or deny. The water bus we caught was going to ...
... to the airport.
Got a few last pics of Venice before leaving the island.
Venice's Marco Polo airport is small. We arrived at the airport at 11am, the flight leaves for Dusseldorf at 2:25. The security line is very long but we can't go thru yet as we need to check in first, but it's too early for that.
The security line was minimal once we ...
... with fresh fruit! We've been craving our 5 + a day. After lunch it was back out in the sun until Bingo time! Bingo is a bit different on this ship compared to our last cruise. There was only one game and you didn't need dabbers. The sheets have been cut so you jus push the number in when it has been called. Unfortunately we didn't win... However we did win a lotto ticket as a spot prize which we picked up at the ...
... in our seat and I showed them our tickets and they showed me their and both had the same seat number on them. In his haste to get his ticket out, the man knocked over his beer … I felt bad for him, but I didn’t knock it over so I wasn't sure what I could say other than I'm sorry you knocked your beer over.
So we sat down in seats on the other side of the aisle then the train started to leave. The conductor came around and the woman ...