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Travel Blogs from Venice
... twists and turns, through the Jewish ghetto & eventually out towards the Rialto bridge. It was here where we bumped into our dear friends from group 7 (the high schooler). From then on we went of a spot of lunch, drinks and some evening giggles. We had to leave them to go watch the history of Venice show which Grace is performing in. TEATRO SAN GALLO is where we come to see Grace. Beforehand she did warn us that is wasn't the best piece of theatre on the market but it was great ...
... this morning and have just rained. Another damp day in Venice. When we arrived in San Marco Piazza it was relatively quiet and not too busy. We saw the Doges Palace, the Basilica, the Clock and the Bridge of Sighs. On our last visit the Bridge of Sighs was under renovation and had advertising on it. Today is is fully restored and no ads. It was much better. Stephen and I had already toured theDoges Palace but would have went in again for Carly's ...
motorway in tune with our driver's breaks and have reluctantly become
accustomed to paying from .70EU to EU 1.50 to use the loo. You can take your loo
receipt to the counter when purchasing lunch and they will take the
loo money off the purchase.
You can accumulate loo receipts and use them at the same services
Munich was home to the Olympics 30 odd years ago and the facilities
Got up about 8am to head to Venice. I didn't do the gondala last week thinking it would be included with topdeck but its an optional which means I had to buy it. Worked out cheaper than what the other guys did though so all is well. So after wandering around Venice and also getting a demonstration on how to make lace we went on the gondala. Was pretty nice ...
... is relaxing to feel secure about our belongings (without having to carry them on our person).
Having cleaned up and eaten, it was time for a nap. Though the night train had provided more rest than expected, we were still tired. (Bryan especially because he didn't fit as well on the makeshift bed.)
When we woke up, we dressed for dinner and started walking around the ship to get our bearings and see what was different about this ...