Locanda SS. Giovanni e Paolo
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Seriously? You're going to sit down with your Gucci bags, pull out a lap top and watch some Italian war drama / soap opera loud enough for the whole car to hear helicopters and wailing mistresses? Well, okay. At least you left the window shade open a couple inches so I can peer out to see...oh, I guess there's not a whole lot to see in a tunnel …
... experience anything like this. Didn't,t bother with st marks basilica as line up too long being a Sunday and we have seen a lot of churches already. So we did get our fill of art today and loved every minute looked at the time 3pm so off for scampi and a wine for late lunch. Rain then started so we kept walking. Yes ian we got lost again but not too much today. Best buy of the holiday...cashmere lined leather gloves. Our hands ...
... for a day.
Heading off early for Venice tomorrow morning, hoping to get to see St Marks Basilica.
Day 13 – Venice
Departure day but first we had enough time to visit St Mark’s Square and another attempt to see the Basilica. On the way in, we passed Cunard’s Queen Victoria docking next to the Nieuw Amsterdam. What a great sight. Maybe next ...
... and had to be tugged
because the ferry we sailed on from Greece, the Kritti II, was too big for the
Granad Canal. We saw the clock tower in St Marcs Sqaure and the Doge’s Palace.
We moored up to the harbour wall and then caught the Vaporetto with our heavy
bags to Rosemary’s house, which was very beautiful and old. For lunch we bought
pissa from the side of the road , did you know that pizza started in Greece!
We saw the Grand Canal, ...
... a must see when in Rome. After making our rounds at the fountain we headed over to the Pantheon, which was a short 5 minute walk away. The courtyard that the Pantheon is located in usually is a hot spot for street performers. This time there was an Italian man singing opera and another man playing the violin. The Pantheon is one of the most well known structures in the world, and it held a great deal of importance in ancient times. It was starting to get pretty ...