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Another yummy buffet breakfast with Prosecco :) After a leisurely time in our room, we met Shirley, Michele and Lynn at 9:30 and took a boat to the Academia stop and walked to the Peggy Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art. It is housed in the home she used to live in on the Grand Canal. She collected modern art most of her adult life and has a very impressive collection. We were there a couple of hours and then walked around Venice for a bit until ...
VENICE SEPTEMBER 17,2014
Our flight to Venice was very easy and we both slept soundly on the plane. We arrived at our favorite hotel at 9:15 a.m. and our room was ready. After getting settled we did our favorite activity in Venice, we started walking. The routes that we walk are quite familiar now and we wanted to check out the neighborhood for any major changes. The only major change that we discovered was ...
... e melone, prosciutto and rockmelon. Yum yum yum. We have a shared plate, so refreshing and the rockmelon is so sweet. Next I had pasta with mussels and clams and shrimps, then a fish dish. Finishing with tiramisu. The second one I have had in Italy. We cant remember what Steve had. While we were there a lady was seated on her own having her dinner, she would of been in her 60's. We struck up a conversation with her, she was from Luxembourg, ...
... a special dinner for our last night in Venice. All is OK with the car for tomorrow I am assured but I am unable to see it. Why becomes apparent tomorrow.
I head in to the Dorsuduro sestiere for a wander around, not having spent much time around that area. AFter some time, I decide to head back to Ca Luminosa but this time I get hopelessly lost. Normally I enjoy that in Venice but it takes me an extra time to get back and everyone is hungry.
Hosteria Bea Vita not ...
... cliffs, fjords and glaciers--then to Eqi Glacier, Melville Bay and into the heart of Nanavut Territory the land of the Canadian Intuits. Polar bears, humpback whales, walruses and beluga whales, killer whales and bowhead whales. This is also an incredible land of cultural diversity, which I will be happy to share.
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