Swiss International Villa Patriarca
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- Continental Breakfast
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... walking through the Bridge of Sighs (Ponto di Sospiri) was amazing. A walk to the Rialto Bridge, a ride on the Vaporetto (public transport) on the Gran Canal after having a yummy gelato, a walk through all the amazing shops at the back of Piazza San Marco and dinner of Venetian Pizza (really thin crust yummy) and some beer for a change (still very warm at 9pm). Walking back to the hotel and lo and behold I find ...
... list of purchases. She then buys a mask from another store.
It is then time to return to the ship.
We catch a water taxi, which we share with 4 others, at a cost of €50 per group. They are to be dropped off first, so we travel through many small canals on our way. We compete for water space with many other boats. Traffic is chaotic, a bit of nudge here & there to force our way through. It ...
... we realised that nearly everyone takes **** photos! In the end we gave up asking and all our best photos were selfies – well done right arm!
After lunch we found a quiet spot to just relax and watch the world go by. We sat on a junction where two narrow canals meet and it was great watching the gondola’s navigate the low bridges and sharp turns without hitting each other. I take my boater hat off to ...
... Our hotelier Mr Faousto (nicknamed Mr Fusty) was very friendly and seemed to want to chat all evening, unfortunately for him we were eager to explore. We went off with the map to explore the Rialto bridge and to find a strange a bookshop I had read about...the map was soon abandoned as many street signs had disappeared with age, and there were streets that weren't on the map, and streets on the map that weren't in the ...
... courses were better for all but Claibourne. The fish, while missing its head, was still entirely intact. Claibourne had to eat through the top half of the fish in order to pull the spine out, minding the tiny bones along the way. She was frantic about swallowing one. Thankfully the remainder of the meal went without any fanfare. After dinner, we found our way back to the hotel for a warm nights sleep.