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... We also went to the Royal Delft Experience where they take you through the history and process of making Royal Delft pottery, which is the famous blue and white design. We found out it is actually painted in a black colour, and once it is fired in the oven it turns blue! Crazy!
We took a train to Eindhoven where we left the next morning for Dublin, our final stop before Canada. In Dublin we had our last Guinness, picked up my luggage from storage, and took ...
... building work of the 14th and 15th centuries. The designers broke with tradition by perching the bulk of the pink Verona marble palace on the lace-like Istrian stone arcades, with a portico supported by columns below. This gives the palace a light and airy look and is masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
From the early day of the Republic, the Doge’s Palace was the seat of the government, the Palace of Justice, and home of the doge. For ...
... plastic over shoes that came up just below the knee. Christine resorted to buying a pair of leopard patterned gumboots (these nicely match her lovely new dressing gown!) Saw a Carnival cruise ship pass beyond the square and looming above the old buildings. Had an early lunch just to get out of the rain! Wet shoes two days in a row was wearing thin by now. The rain eased off mid afternoon and with a bit of energy left we managed to buy John a ...
... We stopped at one bar for an aperitif which lasted well over an hour before we moved on to another place for dinner. We were drawn into a restaurant by a man on the street who insisted they had the best food in Venice. We gave him a pretty *************sidering all of the restaurants claim to be the best. We each ordered a meal from a prefix menu. We both had a salad. Tony had a shaved turkey ...
... her apartment was
very nice because it was quiet and it had a garden and 2 cats called Mopsy and Sandy. The flat was great because
it was a proper Venetian house with oak beam supporting the ceiling. But the
only problem is that the building is leaning over to the left so when you walk
down the corridor you are also leaning to the left.
Venice is great.
17th July 2012
We arrived in Venice on ...