La Gondola Rossa
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Well that had to be the most expensive load of laundry ever done!
I started the washing machine and we went out for dinner, a cruise on the Grand Canal at night to see the lights and a walk thru St Marks Square on the way home.
At home, unknown to us things were happening. Who knew the bench top in the kitchen over the washing machine was just resting on the machine and not fixed. Yep, the spin cycle sent the bench top into orbit and the items on top of ...
... it was describing, so when looking across the Grand Canal to a row of stately buildings, you knew which one was being referred to. Even within a piazza, it was useful to have the building being referenced pictured.
When getting organised for the tablet, a phone number was needed, so in case we got lost or didn't return within an expected period of time, they would call us, and ...
Some might say we wasted a day in Venice today....I would say I spent a day in paradise with a little explorer.
We played, swam, chased lizards, played with dogs, (of course) ate cold pizza and rested.
To summarize, we didn't leave our little house today!
Jack got to do some of his favourite things, including an hour in kitchen making experiments out of milk, Fanta, PowerAid (sp?), ...
The ship arrived back to Venice at 7:00am Saturday.
Upcoming flights takes us to Dusseldorf Germany, then London where we spend the night, then Chicago and San Antonio. Lots of hops, but can't complain about free flights.
We used the people mover system to get from the ship port to the bus station in Venice, then took the VTVO bus across the ...
... street to bus stop #2 which is the stop for the Mestre Railway Station. (Bus #2 also goes to the Piazzelle Roma). We stowed our bags beneath the bus, validated our tickets in the yellow box (very important) and climbed aboard. The entire bus stop area is covered so we stayed out of the rain. The location sign on our bus wasn’t working and we wouldn’t have even known we were near the Mestre Station except ...