Albergo Casa Peron
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... I opened the door, there in front of me was a beautiful bunch of a dozen red roses! How thoughtful of Rex, he said just a small 'thank you' for all the trip planning, in the city of love.
Then all too soon, our ship was being escorted by two tug boats down the Grand Canal, and I couldn't help humming to myself "Time to Say Goodbye" as we sat on our balcony and watched beautiful Venice slip by. One day we will be back.
... flat Pantheon which gave us a better feel for the
beauty of the city. We then drove to a
Private Beach and enjoyed the coolness of the water and about an hour until Nikos
picked us up and took us safely back to the marina to board our boat again. We
picked up some bottled water and Tony and Toni got some of the lovely Greek Frappuccino’s
to seal a great day of sightseeing. Once
again the cold drinks and chilled face clothes were very much appreciated. ...
... centuries-old canals, under famous arched bridges, past lavish palaces and quaint piazzas. These long, narrow, flat-bottomed boats with a high prow and stern were designed specifically for the Venetian canals and made in unique shipyards called Squero. Black is the obligatory color, due to a law passed to reduce how the rich and noble over-decorated their personal craft. The comb at the front of the gondola is made of iron and serves not only to balance the boat, but ...
... easier returning to the Rialto than finding our way to Fondamente Nove this morning.
Pretty tired by now as had been on our feet all day so we stopped for Michelle to have an espresso where she discovered it's about EUR2.50 cheaper to drink one standing up at the bar than sitting at a table. A standing up espresso only costs about EUR1.50. So cheap compared to coffee prices back home. The bar we stopped at also sold nougat and cookies so ...
... It is such a beautiful and unique place. The old buildings with their various colors and shapes and flower boxes and ornate doors and windows. We were taking picture after picture knowing we couldn’t capture what we saw.
The public boats get quite crowded, especially in the morning when everyone is heading to San Marco to tour St. Mark’s Basilica. But again, we didn’t care. We stood outside because inside where it was warmer ...