Locanda SS. Giovanni e Paolo
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Today we are arriving at the water city Venice and before we go to that story, yesterday we had a "just cruising day" which was fun we had a swim in the pool. Then we played bingo unfortunately we lost! We went to the towel folding demonstration where they showed us how to make the towel animals that our steward would leave on our beds each night. That night after dinner and a game of scrabble in the games room there ...
... had a Paella feast as a family. Some friends of Jo and John’s came too which was great…and the Paella and a traditional Valencian variety of chicken and rabbit. Delicious.
The same family that came for lunch returned that evening so Mike, Shelley and Jo and John could head out on the town for a Tapas crawl. There are so many great places to eat and Mike and Shelley were taken to a few local favourites.
... set and the lights all came on. It was lit up beautifully for Christmas. We bought the kids some light spinners as a joke as we’d seen them everywhere we went and were hassled to buy them every day, by the sellers not the kids.
Back home for dinner and we all went out again to see Venice at night and for ro to take some more photos, using his new love, his tripod.
Venice is great!
Friday 20th December
... supposed to take us back to the buses was delayed by almost an hour- so we were all standing there in the freezing cold snain for about an hour- not fun! We finally got on the boat and made it back to the bus without losing any fingers or toes, but then we had to wait another 10 or 15 minutes because this boy on our bus couldn't find his best friend and was worried about him- so we had to wait to make sure this kid made it, and of course the whole time the issue was just that ...
... walking tour of the city, we tried to find washrooms which we were warned are expensive to use. On average it costs about 1 euro 50 when usually its a euro at the most. The reason is that everything has to be taken out and therefore it is more expensive than other regions. Our walking tour was great and our tour director was very knowledgable but because of how hot it was, it was hard to enjoy the full tour. The tour lasted probably about 1 hour and she showed us palaces and explained ...