Locanda Ai Santi Apostoli
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Well we bid a fond farewell (or as GJ would say; au revoir) to the ship at 9.00am this morning and started yet another leg of this fantastic adventure. We have discussed this holiday while watching the waves go by sipping a bubbles or a Jack or Capt'n and decided that we have actually incorporated three separate holidays in one. The first being the …
... to have those on the ferry back to San Marco.
We changed into dresses and had dinner at the Hotel Restaurant. Dinner took FOREVER. Yes, Italians are slow, but this was the slowest meal I have ever had here. We left just in time to go grab our mini prosecco bottles we also got at the grocery store and found a spot along the side walk to watch fireworks. We had to wait an hour, but it was worth it. These fireworks were INCREDIBLE. I have never seen a longer, more ...
... until the paramedics left empty handed, the jet fire boat left and the last two boats, polizia and fire boat stayed longer but we think they were ************...A small boat left pulling another small boat and there were about 6 people in that first boat.
All that in one day! So eventful! We headed to bed knowing we had to be off the boat by 9:00.
Will catch-up tomorrow in Barcelona for the second half of our adventure!
Mary and Dar
Back in the hotel we came to the sad realisation that we would not be able to go on a Gondola ride whilst in Venice. This wasn't a very nice thing to accept as it's pretty much the only reason anyone comes to Venice, but oh well, these things happen. We have to be thankful for the great weather we've had up until this point.
We hope that our DWG will be restored by tomorrow morning.
... ai quattro formaggi. Mine tasted like awesome macaroni and cheese. That evening we walked around the brightly lit passages, filled with tourists. It seemed their entire economy was supported by tourism. Since there were no vehicles it gave the feeling of a giant block party. The next morning JD and I woke up and decided to go on a run. We only saw about five people on our entire journey, which lasted much longer than anticipated, because ...