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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 ...
... to await ‘Light Blue 02’ to be called to disembark. At 09:20 we got the ‘nod’ and headed with the rest of the ‘Light Blue 02’ passengers and the odd ‘Light Blue 01’ straggler.
One last look around and a final ‘beep’ as our cruise cards were swiped for the last time indicating that the Hodgson’s had left the building (or in this case, the Ship!)
As we approached the arrivals hall, a ...
... are main attraction in Venetian churches and museums. We enjoyed seeing art by artist, such as Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Mior, de Chirico, Magritte, Kandinsky, Mondrian, and Malevich. A visit to this museum including an audio guide was well worth the cost of over 35 Euros (about $47).
The Guggenheim also had a very strange special exhibit called “For Your Eyes Only.” The exhibit had approximately 120 works from the ...
... meaning the Basilica), but was put out here instead, in front of the lesser known Scuola of the same name. Just shows you that politicians were a tricky bunch always!! From here you can wind your way round to Piazza San Marco, getting busier by the second until you can hear the rumble of tourist coming from the next street. I didn't stop too long here because of the crowds, but just in time to snap a photo of my favourite mosaic on the basilica. This shows ...
... Rialto Bridge. This bridge was built in 1591 and was the only bridge crossing the canal until the 19th century. Later in the evening, we took an excursion to the picturesque "Island of the fisherman", Burano, famous for its multicolored houses lining its canal. It looked like Venice in technicolor! Jose took so many pictures of this beautiful village that his camera's battery ran out of power. Burano is also famous for making lace. ...