"A casa mia..." Bed and Breakfast - Camere e appartamenti a Venezia
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... Piazza San Marco and the Rialto bridge and then, if we were up for it, head to Murano but the kids really wanted to go to Murano so we hopped a boat to Murano. It was a nice 30 minute or so boat ride that slowly but consistently filled with tourists. It went from completely packed to 2 people when we arrived at Murano.
Murano was fun and a neat place. It's obviously geared toward tourism and toward pushing the glass making that it's ...
... pointed out the undulating nature of the flooring, caused by many millions of feet walking over it as well as the regular flooding events that now occur. Apparently, St Marks Square and surrounds used to flood (they call it Acqua alta) on average 30 times a year but 10 years on, it now averages 80-90 and will get worse as sea levels rise over time. Also the City itself is sinking under the weight of the buildings by 10 cm per hundred years, so big issues need to sorted out and ...
... on them. So pleased we went early; got seats on the ferries and able to wander around with almost the places to ourselves! We stayed on the ferry for a few stops and got off at a random stop - Celestia. We ended up being in the middle of a residential area. People walking their dogs. Putting out the washing. Small local hardware and grocery stores and a small local bar. Such a contrast to the 'touristy' areas! We were enroute to the Piazza San Marco. Getting lost ...
... We caught the Lido 1 up the Grand Canal taking in the sights.
We hopped off at San Maria Basilica. We prayed for good health.
Dan was our tour guide today. Clint was photographer.
Dan lead us to San Marco. We saw the Basilica and the Bell Tower. Lily and I chased pigeons. The seagulls were huge - they looked like small pelicans! We found our way to the chapel of St Lucy & San Maria Formosa. We ate ...
... to this incredibly cheesy restaurant bar for dinner. This place has to be the funnest restaurant on the planet. It kind of reminded me of a western tavern/Spur restaurant with large wooden tables. On every table and counter top there are bowls of nuts, and the whole place is covered in the shells from these nuts.
There was also a DJ playing the cheesiest Italian songs, with the occasional English Cheese tune at full volume, and everybody ...