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... br> I would have liked to have had a look at Bologna but time didn't allow because my final major destination was in sight - Venice.
I drove East from Bologna to the coast to the delta of the river Po where the land is fertile and dead flat, reminding me of a mix of the Camargue and the Fens. No flamingoes though, but white Egrets and Storks everywhere.
I then headed North and arrived at a site at Fusina, just on the edge of the huge ...
... After wandering, we headed back to our hotel. Our hotel had a place called Piazzetta nutella and the menu consisted of everything and anything nutella related. We opted to split the Fagottino Nutella panna e fragole, which is a roll filled with Nutella, cream, & strawberries. We both could have eaten another one.
We decided to head to Cantine del Vino gia Schiavi, which is popular place ...
... got some pretty cool stuff I got like headphones, itunes, water gun, gelato vouchers, and more.
Then we drove to another town to do mini golf and I came 2nd and dad came 1st.
Me 2nd, mum 3rd, Jordan 4th and Zara last.
And after that we walked down to the beach for a couple of mins and dad said I could free
punch him and I did.
We also got a gelato that was so nice. We went ...
... I hope!). Catching a water taxi was a novelty. I met a lovely Italian man who started talking to me when I took a photo of the water taxi map. He then told me how it worked, when the next taxi would be there, what stop I needed to get off at. And when we were on the taxi, he told us what the various landmarks were, and made sure that we got off at the right stop. We were a bit worried that it would be hard to find our place, but it was ridiculously easy, ...
... name of the movie. We don’t like not knowing the answer!! Something we’re not used to!! Only managed 3/10. The winner got 6/10. During the evening we had noticed a storm in the distance. By 11pm the storm had caught up with the ship and was unleashing its full rage on the surrounding sea. The decks were windswept and the rain, swirling around smashing hailstones against the glass and Perspex wind breakers. Yet the ship remained reasonably balanced. However, it ...