Casa Novo First Class Inn
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... found some napkins and attempted to get the napkins wet by walking down some steps towards the water. She did fine for the first two steps, but the third one got her. Hands flailing, feet kicking up like she was slipping on a patch of ice she didn't see. Five or six times her legs kicked up, and somehow she regained her balance, just quick enough not to dive into the turquoise water in front of her. You should have seen her face. Scary, funny, all at the same time. A ...
... only a few hours before the train and time to reflect on yet another eventful trip. It’s strange that whilst I am the first to defend MSC should anyone ‘slag’ then off, we do find that we often criticise their customer service and attitude at times whilst we’re on board. However, like all cruise lines, I’m not saying MSC are perfect…far from it. I have always maintained that MSC may not win awards in any individual categories but as ...
August 15, 2014
This is the beginning of the end of our cruise and we are soon to be "homeless" again. Our arrival in the cruise port of Venice was 1 PM but it takes two hours to sail there from the edge of the Venice Lagoon so we started our journey into the lagoon at 11:00. We were at the bow of the ship and listening to commentary of the ship's excursion director. It was fascinating to
see the ...
... be on my
When I finally found the Swiss transfer desk they sorted out my boarding passes
and asked for my luggage ticket – I could only show them my sticker from the
initial flight so I felt even more worried I would not be seeing my bag in the
Milan airport! When I asked if I had time to make my flight the attendant said
I still had nearly 2 hours!! What a relief – I was sweating and red hot by this
stage so thought ...
... are stalls selling masks or shops selling pizza or gelato.
So far we have only come across friendly folk.. I think. I can't understand much of what they say but we get by. By chance we stumble across San Geremia - a church containing Saint Lucia. At the alter through a glass box is what appeared to be a statue with a mask and robe. Upon closer look at the hands and feet however realisation sets in that it ...