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... can and I the regular gym work of cycling and weights etc. We have been trying to go every second day, although I have been there for an hour a day for the last two days. Claire has not always been able to do the gym when I do, as her health issue of muscle fatiguing has prevented her from doing that on some of the days.
Apart from attending a briefing for the remainder of the cruise today, the rest of ...
The flight from Barcelona seen us arrive in Venice just before nine o'clock in the morning. This would give us two full days to explore all that Venice had to offer, great, we thought. After finding the camp grounds and setting up our tent we set off in search of a bus that would take us across the bridge to Venice city.
Once in the city, we realised this was going to be a very busy place. Nonetheless, we were ...
... said they just had a midnight mass (which we found out later wasn't true). We continued on, wandering the calles until we stumbled upon San Zulian church (which was free to look at, but no pics allowed) so we stopped in there for a break. San Zulian was the first church we had seen decorated with primarily with tapestries.
After San Zulian, we suddenly found ourselves in the chaos of St Mark's square. The line for the Basilica San Marco looked short ...
... That kicked off a really good conversation. I found out that she was also on holiday by herself and she really needed a friend because she felt lonely.
So we chilled at the spa all day until it got dark.
she gave me her number and we parted our own separate ways.
The hotel is not too far away from mine so we decided to have breakfast in the morning.
I went back to my room and fell asleep in my bed feeling all relaxed and stuff.
... make eye contact with a barista and put in your order. The caffe latte was perfecto! When a space opens on the counter, they place your drink down (always a small cup on top of saucer and a place with a spoon.) You enjoy, find your way to the cashier, pay, and then you are off - Ciao! Gratzi! (For most of the locals, they would come in and order an espresso, drink it like a shot, pay their .90 euro cents and off they went. Sometimes we would ...