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... these days has a population of only about twenty residents but was the first of the Venetian Islands to be populated way back when. Unfortunately due to the area becoming swampy, malaria became a problem and people moved to Venice and the other islands. We saw the remnants of what was once a rather large church and a small museum recounting the history of this island. Then onto Murano the island famous for its glass works ...
... the backpack. I watch him from the other side trying to wiggle his way out of the bag and try not to laugh. This is where the laughing stops. The gym bag is now with the security and I am being asked if it is my bag. Can they look inside? Did you pack this bag? What they forgot to ask is “Are you an idiot?”. Kind of them really. Can you imagine our surprise when the light switch turned on and we realized that wine is a liquid? Oh ...
... we traveled via bus to the infamous city of Venice. Venice was once the capital of the powerful Venetian Republic. For a millenium the Venetian Republic dominated the Adriatic sea trade routes, controlling much of the cities along the Dalmatian coast (Croatia) and various regions in Greece and eliminating Neretva pirates which plagued the Adriatic sea particularly along the Dalmatian coast. Their decline in ...
... our nightly walk, the Till We Meet Again show and the last show of the cruise "Once Upon a Song". Then we turned in so we can get up bright and early.
Ric: Tuna, salad, Beef Wellington, Apple Pie
Nikki: Crab Stuffed Tomato, salad, Seafood Pasta, Apple Pie
Regan: Goat Cheese, Lobster Bisque, Chicken Salad and Apple Pie
Kelsie: Soup, salad, Cornish Game Hen and Baked Alaska ...
... not to come today. So it is just me, him, and the locals floating about on our little island of bliss. It's nearly impossible to walk twenty meters without seeing a gelato shop, so we stop and get a cone. The Amarena (black cherry and cream) flavor has been untouched and is just waiting for me to take the first scoop. (It's also a real cone and not one of those things that tastes like cardboard.)
We continue to walk and are guided ...