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4. To further increase the challenge of the game they have ensured that at no time can anyone within the call centre either talk to each other or god forbid call anyone remotely in the proximity of where your bags might be. One rogue operator admitted to me they were in far northern europe (I'm thinking Siberia) somewhere but would not divulge any more than that.
5. Each phone must follow a distinct format. The ...
... the city. Mum took forever to choose two leather hand bags. We had dinner at Hard Rock Café then we went back to our apartment and watched TV and went to bed.
Then we woke up and went to the train station. I stayed in Venice for two ...
... of Gold".
crowds usually queue for hours but luck is on our side and it's in and up to the outer balconies for us. The interior of the church is phenomenal. Loved the mosaic interior and the history attached. The architecture is beautiful and you even get to walk around the upper balcony to observe the outside(and the view). Fabulous tapestries adorn the walls of one of the halls - totally amazing how they were hand crafted so many centuries ago. ...
... names on things. I never could. Nicolette is not a "common" name. When I was little my Mom had to embroider my name on things so I felt like other kids did with their names on things. Now I love it because it is unique and pretty. But, kid Nicolette did not.
We almost fully missed it, Ramo Nicoleto, if I hadn't looked up at a bird or something. But I saw it and squeeled so loud. Dan was concerned for a moment in my freak out. Then he saw it too.
stop Venice. We were taken straight to a water taxi to St Mark's
Square where our tour guide Mike took all 46 of us through crowded
streets to see the immediate highlights then to a traditional glass
blowing workshop to see a demonstration by a by a well-built slim
hipped big chested Venetian. We viewed their showroom after that –
elegant intricate ornaments, glasses, chandeliers, jewelery etc.
Then we ...