Hotel La Pergola di Venezia
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... with gorgeous waterways. We made it to the tour and headed off to Murano in a packed boat with a guide speaking so fast she would have made an awesome horseradish commentator ... Murano first up had us shepherded into a waiting glass works. A quick show and then we were routed via the shop. Gorgeous but unpractical for travel. I later found in another small shop a cool fountain pen - score! Next stop was Burano where we were this time ...
... even followed instructions that the travel pack was to be plastic...thank God for clip lock tupperware I say! Mum would have thought nothing of it. But I am pretty sure she would have been chuffed with the glass urn we chose, much more befitting of our Nanny Franny. Venice was Fran's favourite city. Isla San Giorgio is a short trip from Piazzo di San Marco. The island is very quiet and peaceful. Mummy will be happy there. Fran ...
... poverty I mean the caravan park had a huge pool. We honestly spent our whole day just relaxing by the pool side sleeping and swimming and reading. That night we had plans of heading into the city to but instead we got ourselves some dinner at the restaurant in the park and then went back to our rooms to play Hidden object games on the laptop! By god we have missed those.
We woke the next morning and we actually did something today we went back into the city of ...
Rome - sunny 26 degrees
Venice - sunny 23 degrees
6.30 start to get all in order for our check out of our Via Nicolo apartment. Lucia arrived at 8.00 and assisted with our taxi driver who was not too keen in putting all our luggage in, even with my helpful suggestions. He dropped us off at Termini - so glad I am not driving in Rome this time. Turned out to be the end of Termini I was not familiar with so it was a fair walk ...
... including olives eggplant capsicum pasta tomatoes and potatoes . The power has gone out in the little street so no coffee but he brings his iPhone over and plays Celine Dion to entertain us. He's very funny and keeps us laughing over lunch. In the afternoon we get caught up in the crowds, the boat race (Regatta) has started but it's hard to get a view so we opt for Gelato and shopping. There are two new ladies that join the ...