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Old 11-27-2005, 08:16 PM   #1
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Default Venice.

The pics if anyones bored or interested enough to view.

I was suprised that there seems to be a Guiness following. The wine offsales are cool.

http://www.ushould.co.uk/galleries/Venice/index.html


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Old 11-28-2005, 12:47 AM   #2
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Nice pics, although I only saw maybe a third of them? BTW...no idea there were swordfish in the Mediterranean (sp?)!


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Old 11-28-2005, 12:59 AM   #3
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Awesome pictures Orfy, thanks for sharing your holiday with us.

I loved the pics of the markets, sunsets, and architecture.

I see you found some corney kegs over there as well as Hefe. Some things are universal.

Now, the question: Which of these gentlemen are YOU?

http://www.ushould.co.uk/galleries/V...s/pict0505.jpg

http://www.ushould.co.uk/galleries/V...s/pict0507.jpg
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Nice pics, although I only saw maybe a third of them? BTW...no idea there were swordfish in the Mediterranean (sp?)!

Bluefin Tuna too.
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So:

No ale

No mermaids

Nice old buildings though.
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Pic 130 - I'm glad you got to see Bridge of Sighs...now I want to listen to some Robin Trower...
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http://www.ushould.co.uk/galleries/V...s/pict0505.jpg That's me.

Did you not spot the pints of Guiness?
pricey though. 4.50 a pint.

Wine from 0.50 a glass.
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Pic 130 - I'm glad you got to see Bridge of Sighs...now I want to listen to some Robin Trower...
This one is inside the Bridge of Sighs, not upto the standard set outside.
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http://www.ushould.co.uk/galleries/V...s/pict0505.jpg That's me.

Did you not spot the pints of Guiness?
pricey though. 4.50 a pint.

Wine from 0.50 a glass.
Yes, I did see the Guiness. I'd never seen the tropical style Guiness pint glasses before.
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cool pics orfy. did you miss your ales?!?!?!?!??!
elaborate on the Bridge of Sighs. i'm curious......


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