Pondering Pensioni

Here is where Rachael and I are staying in Venice:

This is from Hotel Campiello which is 50 meters from the waterfront. It's a beautiful little place. This is what our room would look like, so I'm told :)

It's the cutest little place. If you want to see more of it, not as though this could be nearly as interesting to you as it is to us, you can visit their website. Click on the little British flag to the left; this will translate the page to English...quite helpful, I assure you.

I'm thrilled that almost everything is nailed down now. We have to book our place in Rome, and that's it. Once we arrive in the country, we'll figure out the trains, but we're basically just about set to go. I'm so excited and quite relieved. I feel as though I can breathe and sleep peacefully through the night. Especially knowing that jury duty isn't going to hinder anything.

Oh, and in case it wasn't abundantly clear *cough Todd*, I am all about civic duty. I think that's obvious by my posts. I believe in serving, but I simply cannot at this juncture. :) Like I said, when I come into money, I'll be the first in line to sign up, but until then, I'll be praying that I am not called on again in the near future.

Posted by Portia at June 25, 2004 01:55 AM