Antica Locanda Montin
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... half hour. We boarded the ship today and after unpacking and attending the muster, we relaxed on our balcony with a glass of wine to watch the sail away. We're looking forward to the next week at sea, relaxing by the pool and reading. We love lazy sea days.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
We have met some fascinating people on our cruises. We had dinner last night with Tom Sheridan and his wife, Mary. Tom is the author of Tom’s Port Guides at ...
... boat in his socks, talk on the phone and have a smoke while he casually pushed us of this wall and that. We even went down the grand canal where the motor boats were - it's like a bloody highway there, but they are masters of steering, so that there was somehow no movement at all from wash from other boats. Don't ask me how they do it. After the gondola was free time for the rest of the day. A group of us then ventured off to find some food, we then spent ...
... a table open outside. Took our seats and were told that dinner did not start until 6:30 but in the meantime the waiter brought us an appetizer of sliced tomato, mozzarello, grilled veggies with bread. All very nice to say nothing of all the great people watching.
Dinner was steak for Laura and fish for Robert. Back to Calle dei Preti for a last glass of wine, some blogging and laughing as we got ready for our new adventure.
... torturous! Again, kuddos to the kids... they did really really well!!
Burano is another island part of the Venetian lagoon. Burano is a working fisherman island but also famous for it's lacemaking and colorful houses. Burano is very quiet compared to Venice so that was a nice break. Had a little time to take some pictures of the colorful island before our dinner. Our dinner was at this little Italian ...
... biggest problems; after standing at the counter for several minutes discussing it, we opted to buy the 39.90 euro Venice Cards as well as the 42 euro 72-hour transit pass. In hindsight, neither was probably worth the money: we walked nearly everywhere, the authorities never checked the transit tickets, and the Venice Cards didn't actually include free or reduced entry to as many interesting places as we thought they ...