Hotel La Pergola di Venezia
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... down for a coffee and a wine, we got to see a handbag laden african national running through the crowd then we turn around and there are three uniformed boys in blue walking along patrolling for fakey boys. Anyway, back to the sights of venice! I remember a couple of years ago Joelene and i went to a masquerade ball in Hobart for one of her conferences and she looked everywhere for, and paid a fortune for a mask. Holly dooley the venetian hand made masks are everywhere and there were ...
... to not see venetian blinds on the hotel windows with travertine cups and saucers! And, historically, everyone's had a go here....from the 5th and 6th century barbarian invasions (did they really play rugby back then?) that actually forced the settlement of Veneto to be established in such a (silly) water locked location..... through Byzantine rule.....the Venetian republic (726 ..... just put that in for the academics ...
... by one of the canals. Mum, Ellan, Lorraine and Kent enjoyed more wine and Aperol Spritz and Bronaugh and I took advantage of the beautiful night lights glistening on the canals and spent this time taking photos. We had a wonderful time with Intrepid and felt very blessed by the little group we had, and the wonderful girls who we were able to share our adventures with. We know we will be seeing them again someday and the wine will flow! Our last day in Venice was a bit of a palaver ...
... surgery, Shona kept getting fired from her job, and I retired into a mansion with my millions! It was quite exciting arriving into venice as you are completely surrounded by water! When we got off the train it was the strangest thing not seeing a main road, but a busy waterway! We tried to find our water bus, with a slight mishap by going to the wrong one (thankfully, quickly realising) and going to the right stop. The drivers told us ...
... as the fishing vessel to distinguish who lives in which house. So colorful! This is also a village where the ladies, older ladies, make lace. Frederica said that this is becoming a dying art as the younger generations don't know or want to learn how to make the lace. The town was lovely, very quiet. The bell tower leans like the leaning tower of Pisa. We were told that this is due to the buildings being too heavy. For the soil. Mamma ...