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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Alessandro greeted us with much enthusiasm . He armed us with a map and directions to restaurants and landmarks. Garry was keen to hit the streets and explore Venice , Alessandro's directions steered us away from the hoards of people in the main streets crowds. We are staying in the Cannaregio area , which has a Jewish quarter and is very quiet . It was early evening ...
... to be lost many times over the next few days with the little we have already seen.
By the way, don't worry about my favourite pack horse, aka Phil, this time our house is on the ground floor! It's about time I was a better wife.
Phil - I was just starting to master, ok, work out a few French words and now we have to have an Italian accent. All very confusing.
The trip down the 4 flights of stairs to check out of the nice apartment ...
... some of the goods, but eventually we decided to go along - nothing to lose since we could always jump in the car and leave. As it turned out, it proved to be an informative and enjoyable evening, and since we liked what we tasted, we bought as well. The presentation was delivered by the Italian owner, who started the enterprise less than ten years ago, but his previous business involved deluxe reclining chairs - the type involving a remote control handset. His ...
... the buildings obscure all the sightlines.
After our time on top of the tower, we picked up some sandwiches at the "Bar al Camponile" (fitting!) and ate in the square. After that, we spent the afternoon just wandering around and enjoying the city. The girls spent a fair amount of time shopping in the many Murano glass boutiques and shops.
We picked ...
... some worries and cares, I guess. There's been gains, too, though mostly rocks and bottle tops. Jimmy has learnt to talk somewhere along the way, sort of. He can say thank you in 5 languages now. Working on the Croatian one - I think it sounds like a koala trying to say koala. Still pretty warm down here - warm enough to dull the tan-lines from the bike pants and enjoy some snorkelling before we come home to yet another summer. Smirks. ( that's Croatian for "luv yus ...