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Well we made it.......... albeit sans luggage.
Discoveries made on our Malaysian flight:
- probably not such a good idea to be on the phone changing the beneficiary of your life policy just prior to boarding a Malaysian flight. Bren looking a little pale.....
- Brendan regresses to the age of about 8 when it comes to airline food. He is incapable of not eating everything in front of him. ...
... we walked to the picturesque stone bridge 'Ponte Pietra' for a look - windy and cold in the open so took to the streets in search of Juliet's tomb. But with time running out for the return journey and some rather hungry tummies we found a little pizzeria instead - and with a gelati chaser walking back to the stazione.
We arrived back to the apartment to enjoy an Italian inspired meal cooked by Andrew.
Another fabulous day in Italia!!
Land in Paris, find the Baggage de Monde and rearrange our luggage and store the two bags with our camping stuff. Get some coffee and re-read info on EasyJet, only one bag per person inside the plane, soooooooooooooooo go and pay extra for our second carry on to go underneath.
Stopped and bought a sandwich and refilled our waters because EasyJet keeps the cost down by charging for everything including water! Got to check in ...
... to sit for a minute and just take a breather. We finally got back to the train station, and we didn't even know we walked all of Venice. It seemed a lot bigger then I first thought! After that we went home to pack and then went back out. We finally went on a gondola ride. That was pretty fun and really pretty. After that we had dinner by the water. After that we spent the rest of our time in Italy at San. Marcos Square enjoying the beauty and each ...
... as most of the gondola services had closed for the day... this really upset Amruth but as luck would have it, one of the gondola guys offered to take us for a ride at a special price. True to its word the Gondola is quite an experience especially during dark when there is total silence all around you and dark shadows and silhouettes of buildings make it look like a scene out of a suspense movie. Our first day thus ended and it was time to take rest ! <u>Day ...