Hotel La Pergola di Venezia
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Our departure from Amaprima was very smooth though about 10 minutes later than planned but we had heaps of time and were on the platform waiting for our train by 9.30am. It was very cold and we were glad to get onto the train, ICE525 and thaw out. We had a 4 berth compartment which we shared with a young couple from Vietnam as far as Innsbruck and then a young lady from Djarkata took their place for the rest of the trip. Weather was cloudy and foggy to start with but ...
... Dan and I had fallen deep. We were so glad to have experienced it together. There is no way to explain it. But it felt like love. We were in a daze.
Then we wandered... and wandered. Admiring all of the masks everyone was selling. We fell in love with them.. until we saw the mack daddies in the professional mask stores. These things are like a work of art. And super expensive. We told ourselves that we should get one. I of course loved the cute ones that ...
... devoid of cars, busses, scooters, beggars, and those bloody annoying street venders all trying to sell you the same **** by laying it all over the footpath where you are trying to walk..... None of it.... It's great! You can safely walk around in amazement at the city built on timber poles in 2-3 metres of water. It's truly amazing! 422 bridges. 126 Catholic Churches . Yes, the city is still sitting ...
... away completely, so we headed to the rooftop pool deck to take some photos of the beautiful city in the late afternoon sun.
Tomorrow we board our cruise ship, the MSC Fantasia. As we will be at sea I'm unsure how much internet access I will be able to get (without paying the exorbitant fees for onboard wi-fi). If I don't get to update the blog daily, you can at least see the ship's live location by going here and then clicking on ...
... new destination....... Afterwards we saw that the line to San Marcos basilica was hundreds of metres long so we headed off walking the streets. Our goal was to have lunch by the water. We had seen it as we travelled by by ferry and it looked like a nice thing to do. We finally found a place and sat down. Food was nothing special but sitting right next to the waterway was very special. We were right near the Rialto bridge and we made our way around wondering at ...