- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Before we started week 2 of our cruise we had a port day back in Venice to off-load most of the passengers and gain some fresh faces. We used the opportunity to go ashore and shop! Also used free internet at a little cafe (cost us a snack and coffee).
The rest of the week was much the same as the previous week, same menu, same shows (only 2 different acts) and the same jokes, though we did not complain when we had to attend
another “repeat ...
... and what will be our home for the next 14 nights.
The MSC Orchestra is 92,000 tons. By today’s standard this is a small to medium size vessel. Some of the Royal Caribbean ship are 180,000+ and as I’ve said many times before I understand the science but don’t understand the logic as to how these monoliths remain afloat!! There are 1275 cabins aboard of which 827 are balconies. Although traditionally ships don’t have a ...
... through a windy path of small little streets but eventually came to a big open space. It was full of pigeons and they were everywhere. We had a bit of a look around and then went to find somewhere to get dinner - we were starving.
We ended up at one of the restaurants that Gian recommended. Brigitte had spag. bol. Mum had veal and I had a pizza - with ham. However, Dad had the best pick - he got lasagna and it was delicious. Both me and Brigitte are going to have lasagna ...
Italia. How can you not be happy in Italy. They really cracked it with their food. Best food in Europe. Pastas, pizzas, gelato and all things good. Venice was beautiful, we were lucky enough to get there when the weather was amazing. We spent the day in Venice which started with a walking tour of the city. It's pretty amazing that there are no cars and everything gets there ...
... and sigh. We went through the Palace Ducale, within which we saw more art on roofs and walls as well as some other interesting things. There was an armery and weaponary section which was filled with thousands of old swords and various other weapons designed to mess someone up badly. I have posted a pic of a chastedy belt, look out boys! Walking through the prison was really interesting as well, it had an eery feel to it. J particularly liked the wooden doors ...