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... I dined alone in Vista as she was worried about her constant sneezing. But a tab of zyrtec eventually resolved it. After, we tried to find Millie's Dance comp, but no luck. Peeped into the Vista Lounge but the Gondoliers Show looked a bit cheesy! Thought we'd go for a bit more sophistication so went to the Piano Bar to watch Adagio, a classical duet of violin and grand piano, very nice. We can have discerning taste at times! We ran into lots of folks we've met, thanks to the open ...
... of Venice was full of colour and atmosphere. As it was a beautiful Sunday, people had flocked to San Marco Square. It was a struggle manoeuvring our ever growing luggage through the crowds, along the narrow cobble stoned laneways and over the many canal bridges. Our new home for the next three nights was A La Comedia, a well appointed hotel near The Rialto Bridge. First excursion was by private water taxi to The Murano Glass Factory, where we watched the ...
... shirt, didn't have a laugh, didn't sing, and was on his mobile phone for half the journey. I wasn't going to let that deter from the experience. In the end it was a tick in the box, but not a great experience. We arrived at 1230 and had till 2030, so plenty of time to walk around and take in the sites. We walked across to the main bridge in Venice the Rialto Bridge. It was around lunch time so we had a slice of Italy's famous pizza from a street pizzeria. I ...
... the guide was quite informative of qwerty aspects of the venetian lifestyle. After the walking tour there was forty-five minutes free time. I managed to pick myself up a mask and a few souvineers for other people! The gondola ride was next, and thoroughly entertaining! Our gondolier was extremely talented, a few of the others not so much hitting a few walls here and there. But I wasn't about to take the reins, it's definitely ...
... architecture and terraces along this wide, main route are gorgeous and at night they're accentuated with the soft glow of the canal equivalent of streetlights. The facades of museums and galleries along this canal are especially beautiful, but people reside here too and with windows wide open and lights on inside, we had a sneak peek into Venetian Grand Canal living. It was so romantic we got off at the last stop and waited for the next water bus going back in the ...