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... of the ship so we knew how to get there and back. The meal was of the standard you would expect to receive at the finest restaurants, and the service was second-to-none. After dinner, we wandered through some of the bars, shops, common areas and the casino as we made our way back towards our cabin. We came in to discover the bed had been turned down and a platter of chocolate-dipped strawberries & fresh fruit had been left for us.
The ship ...
... br> The hotel is fine although the room is tiny compared with some we have stayed in. It is warm here 23 degrees, can't believe it.
Favaro Veneto is just an urban area on mainland Venice but there are a couple of restaurants, bars etc. We found a supermarket which sold very cheap wine & spirits so bought Roy some Italian London Gin for 4 euros. He will probably have to clean drains with it.
We are off into Venice ...
... a big culinary no no. So if it says it is handmade, it will be. So Beezel purchased a cup of three different flavours, promptly went weak at the knees and collapsed in ecstasy. I tried some. Italian ice cream really is that good, nothing else comes close.
Back at the campsite, we chilled out by the pool, trying to find refuge from the oppressive Italian sun. We tried out the restaurant at the campground that night; the food was good and fairly reasonably priced. When the shop ...
... clean and lined with beach chairs and beach umbrellas. However its not a competitor to Goan and south Konkan coastline. We did not spend much time here. But did enjoy a cup of coffee and cake. On the way back we gorged ourselves on ice-creams in the ice cream shops We decided to travel to Murano island from here. There was a bit of confusion as to which waterbus to take. So we decided to seek help of a fellow traveller. The lady in question was ...
... odd. I never get leg cramps, ever. Could only relate it to holding the cramped odd sitting positions on the boats. Took aspirin and massaged pressure points on the limb for the next hour.
We ventured out on the #1 again at 4:30 to the Mercato Rialto to find bananas, blood oranges (oooh, so good), bread and cheese. Then back to the Hotel to eat at the window.
After the snack we went on another #1 cruise ...