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Travel Blogs from Venice
... mean POURING. Not the best weather for sight seeing, especially in a city surrounded by water, that is sinking closer to sea level as we speak. We decided seeing as we are here for 5 nights (luckily) we would transfer our shuttle tickets for a couple of days time, when the weather is looking better. Not such a bad thing, as it meant that we had a whole free day to catch up on washing and of course, watch the game. I did the internet searching, so as not to ruin the result for Brendan. ...
... of self. Once the richest commercial and intellectual capital of the known world, Venice remains proud even if a bit dingy around the edges.
It was a full moon and what better, more romantic way to spend the evening than at Piazza San Marco? We arrived rather late (for us!) at 10p.m. in time to enjoy classical musicians playing in front of cafes around the large and almost empty plaza. Venice is for lovers and we ...
... tonight for dinner.
We had dinner right near the Pont Rialto bridge. We could watch all the river traffic and the people walking up and down looking the right restaurant, competition between places is very keen.
Breakfast on time today...but no improvement in quality.
I've decided that Venice is about getting as much money off the tourists as possible, without much value.
It's still a must see place but you have to accept you're being exploited.
Venice is built ...
... up the sun, people watching and listening to the orchestra in the background was a delightful way to finish the afternoon, all be it probably the most expensive coffee we will have at 8 euros each!
We caught up with David for dinner at an out of the way local seafood restaurant. It had beautiful food and was one of the original restaurants in Venice. Finding the restaurant saw us discover even more of Venice than we had ...
... is often a similar price and the washrooms tend to be much nicer.
Every morning there is a large public market in Venice selling fish, fruit, vegetables and meat (less of these). The variety of seafood was amazing and seafood in restaurants is reasonable. Along the side streets there are small bakeries selling fresh goods.
Near St. Mark's square there is a shopping district where all the high end ...